A bigger name jumps in

Smith Enterprises is fairly well known for their Vortex muzzle brakes. Now they’ve made sure that Governor Cuomo knows where they stand.

Dear Governor Cuomo,

Over the last several decades, Smith Enterprise has sold various firearm related products to state agencies and police departments in New York. However, due to the changing political climate and anti-gun politices coming from your state, we are forced to make some changes in how we do business with your government agencies.

It is improper for us to sell items to state agencies and law enforcement that law-abiding citizens are not allowed to purchase. Effective immediatly Smith Enterprise will no longer sell items to your state government that you have outlawed your citizens to buy.

Until your state changes your gun control laws and ensures these laws are back in line with the 2nd Amendment of the United States Constitution, Smith Enterprise will be forced to keep this policy.

At a time when crime is rampant and people are becoming more and more desperate due to the struggling economy, it is imperative that state and local governments support the people’s right to defend themselves from would-be attackers. The police have nothing to fear from law-abiding citizens with guns.

When you change your gun laws back to something more along the lines of what our country was founded on, please let me know and we will reopen our sales in your state to government agencies.

Sincerely,

Ron Smith

President

Smith Enterprise, Inc.

Smith Enterprises has been added to the New York Boycott list

One Response to A bigger name jumps in

  1. Not just the Vortex; they make a hellacious M-14 variant, with such demand from the military none of the semi-only are available for civilian sales. I imagine LEO might be able to get some occasionally. Not in NY now.