Wednesday, April 3, 2013

VLTOR Stops Sales to Government Agencies in Connecticut

Vltor Weapon Systems publicly added Connecticut to their list of No-Sale states related to the release they previously put out regarding the suspension of sales to all government agencies within those states  due to infringement on its residents' 2nd Amendment rights. They have yet to include Colorado, but we can't imagine that will last long. You can read their full release below, which was put out by AmmoLand.

March 1, 2013

Ref: No-Sale Policy for Anti-Gun States

To Our Valued Customers:

As patriots for the freedoms of the United States, Vltor Weapon Systems firmly believes in and advocates for the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens. Therefore, effective March 1st of 2013, Vltor Weapon Systems is implementing a No-Sale Policy for any states imposing legislation that infringes on the rights protected by the Second Amendment. This No-Sale Polisy is applicable to any law enforcement department, law enforcement officers, local municipalities, or any State Government entity or employee of such entity for the following states. 
  • California
  • Hawaii
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Washington D.C. 
  • The City of Chicago, Illinois
  • Connecticut
  • (EDIT) Colorado
Vltor Weapon Systems shall reinstate sales to these states once the citizen's Constitutional Second Amendment rights are restored. The company also reserves the right to amend the No-Sale list to include any additional states and municipalities that institute anti-gun legislation infringing on Second Amendment rights. Where Vltor Weapon Systems is legally able, they will continue to sell products to any non-government affiliated citizens of these states. 

The company is honor-bound to join a great number of manufacturers throughout the United States who are implementing similar policies in support of the U.S. Constitution.

P.S. A few moments after posting, they added Colorado to the list. 

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