Skip to comments.Vltor Weapon Systems Supports the Firearms Equality Movement
Posted on 03/04/2013 3:02:06 PM PST by EXCH54FE
Tucson, AZ --(Ammoland.com)- 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 Policy 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:
States as Follows: California Hawaii Maryland Massachusetts New Jersey New York Washington D.C. The City of Chicago, Illinois.
Vltor Weapon Systems shall reinstate sales to these states once the citizens 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 (115) of manufacturers throughout the United States who are implementing similar policies in support of the U.S. Constitution.
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You sure seem to have your finger on the pulse of this thing.
Thank you for your posting efforts.
Do you know which bullet manufacturers are only selling to governments that allow us our Bill Of Rights unfettered?
I surely would love to buy only from such a supplier.
This is a list of companies that have taken the step to publicly announce that they will not sell items to states, counties, cities, and municipalities that restrict their citizens rights to own them; therefore closing the “police loophole” themselves.
# Companies on the “nice” list as of 3/4/2013 = 115
I hope there soon comes a time when firearms companies are forced to decide whether to sell to the general public, or to government and police agencies in California, New York, and several other hostile states and cities.
The turning point may come when the movement supporting companies are numerous enough that consumers have a good choice among excellent, competitive companies.
I really like Bitterroot valley ammo company. Independent reloader also loads new brass. Ordered my hunting .223 ammo from them. High quality components and higher quality bullets if that’s what you want. Can’t access from work so I don’t know what current policy is or availability is, but I do recommend them.
No link, sorry. BVAC
government and police agencies in California, New York, and other hostile states and cities should have to go through all the hoops they want to make others go through in addition to a 5 year waiting period.
Or when an honest company gets put out of business because the guns they legally sold to a government agency were diverted to an illegal end user.
Did anyone in the federal government take the hit for Fast and Furious?
“Due to the high demand of ammunition sales we are currently sold out of ALL calibers”.
Yea, sorry about that. Like I said, couldn’t access at work. But, they are a family owned company, not one of the big guys, and I like to support those type businesses when I can.