Skip to comments.Oops: Red Jacket Firearms Loses Their FFL (Sons of Guns)
Posted on 12/24/2011 6:25:15 PM PST by PilotDave
Things went swimmingly until 2009 when the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms conducted a routine inspection of RJF and discovered 10 guns registered to the company could not be accounted for a big, BIG problem. Were told the feds pinned the blame on William and Stephanie and were looking to take serious action that could have resulted in the end of RJF.
But law enforcement sources tell us
the Haydens struck a deal with feds in 2010, in which the two agreed to surrender their gun-making licenses
and in exchange, they could appoint a LICENSED person to take over the company. It didnt take long for William and Stephanie to pick their successor
they went with Vincent Buckles
another gunsmith often featured on the reality show.
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Yes, thats a scary thought indeed.
In the stress of a shooting, someone could simply say they pulled the wrong trigger in the wrong hand a blew someone away instead of tasing them.
>>We suffer from to much government<<
Let me fix that. We suffer from too damn much government.
Oh man, my thoughts exactly. Couldn't understand why a Sheriff would need a grenade launcher or that caliber of machine gun.
DHS has been providing millions in grant money to upgrade local law enforcement agencies with military hardware across the nation.
Spy drones here in Montgomery co. Texas that can be equipped with shotguns, teargas and so forth.
Anyone had similar experiences?
Yes, we need to reset to the founders plan in order to survive. And soon.
There is NO need for a Police dept to have any belt fed weapons. If it comes to deploying such weapons then the police lost all control of the situation.
Whats next: A10s with sirens and blinkers?
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