Grass Roots North Carolina asks SIG, S&W, and Glock to follow LaRue’s lead

We’ve been hearing about LaRue Tactical’s decision to limit local law enforcement sales to things that can legally be purchased by law-abiding citizens in that locality.

Effective today, in an effort to see that no legal mistakes are made by LaRue Tactical and/or its employees, we will apply all current State and Local Laws (as applied to civilians) to state and local law enforcement / government agencies. In other words, LaRue Tactical will limit all sales to what law-abiding citizens residing in their districts can purchase or possess.

That’s a great gesture on their part. But what about the big firearm companies? GRNC is asking the three that supply duty pistols to the NYPD to step up and match LaRue’s committment.

Send the following letter to SIG, Smith & Wesson, and Glock and ask them to follow LaRue Tactical’s lead. Tell them to adopt the same rule: If it can’t be sold to citizens, it won’t be sold to State and local government.

With nearly 2.5 Million guns sold to law-abiding citizens in January alone, the non-LEO non-military US market dwarfs police sales. These companies know who buys their guns. Let’s get them to choose a side.

GRNC provides the text of the letter and the three email addresses. All you have to do is cut and paste. Let’s see if we can bury these three manufacturers in email. Let’s see if they will stand up for our Second Amendment rights!

3 responses to “Grass Roots North Carolina asks SIG, S&W, and Glock to follow LaRue’s lead

  1. Hear Hear, done and done. It is about time major companies started standing behind the American citizens.

  2. My only problem is that LaRue specifically exempts the Feds. They’re doing it wrong.

  3. Wraith,
    You are missing the point of this. It isn’t for LaRue to pick sides between government and citizen. It’s to force the government in that locality to follow the laws of that locality. If the Feds ban standard magazines, I will expect LaRue to stop selling them to Federal police agencies.