Too damn cold to shoot a match tomorrow in Wyoming! Bummed out.
Interesting that Sabre Defense went down after they assured me at SHOT the sale was going through...from the Shooting Wire this AM:
Sale by Secured Creditor, Cadence Bank, N.A., as Secured Party under Article 9 Uniform Commercial Code including: all accounts; inventory; general intangibles, equipment; documents; all Government Contracts (subject to approval and novation process).
Sabre is a licensed manufacturer of ordnance including automatic weapons. It is a contractor for the United States government, Department of Defense and also engages in the manufacture and sale of semiautomatic weapons.
They made a good product, and there are government contracts on the table...
Good news in Montana on the bill to legalize Suppressors for civilian ownership. From my email:
House Bill 174 passed out of the House Judiciary committee unamended this morning. The vote was 16-4.
The bill now goes to the House floor for debate and two votes. I encourage all of you to again contact your legislator and all the reps from your county as well.
After the floor votes in the House, the bill will be transmitted to the Senate where the process begins all over again.
Thanks to all of you who contacted your legislators and the committee members. A great big thanks to John Snow and Justin Marks for taking the time to testify in front of the
My good friend John Snow from Outdoor Life is on-board with our attempt to move Suppressors off the $200 transfer tax to the $5 AOW nationally.