Skip to comments.Utah gun maker turns down $15M deal with Pakistan
Posted on 01/05/2014 4:31:57 PM PST by Olog-hai
A Utah-based gun manufacturer has turned down a $15 million deal to supply Pakistan with precision rifles, citing concerns they could eventually be used against U.S. troops.
Mike Davis, sales manager at Desert Tech, said the company was on a short list for a contract with Pakistan, but spurned the opportunity because of unrest in Pakistan and ethical concerns.
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My first thought was I need a new gun. wow these are nice guns!
Cheapest is about $3k
Wow - talk about putting what’s right before profit! I think it was a great decision.
Good for them.
That’s why I don’t buy Remington products. They took an $80 million bribe to stay in New York.
Fine, but how did they get on “the short list” in the first place, or for that matter the long list?
That’s what I call a Man Of Honor, if that is the whole story.
Good for them here. Good points. As long as the bastards are only a threat to each other, I have no problem with selling them arms, but this company makes a good argument for a purely moral decision.
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