Century Arms and PTR Industries have partnered together to build the C308, a CETME/G3-variant .308 battle rifle that is one of the most cost-effective .308 battle rifles made.
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Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy was more than happy to capitalize on the deaths of children at Sandy Hook Elementary School to push his anti-gun agenda. He doesn’t have quite as much to say now, as the law […]
According to family lore, three Owens brothers from Wales left their home country, spent a brief amount of time in Ireland, and then immigrated to the United States in the 1850s, landing in Philadelphia. At least […]
It can’t be easy being a gun company in Connecticut. On one hand, you’re deluged with laws passed by a radically anti-gun government that—if enforced as written—can shut down your business overnight, making it all […]
Wearing shorts and a tee shirt and driving a pickup truck, John McNamara looks right at home among the locals in tiny Aynor, South Carolina. He only starts looking slightly out-of-place when you start paying […]
We’re visiting PTR Industries in their new South Carolina home today. We’ll be talking with them about their decision to move south after Connecticut politicians on both sides threw gun owners and gun companies […]
Colt Defense and Colt Manufacturing are reuniting: The two halves of the gun-making company Samuel Colt established in Hartford in the 1850s are coming back together, with plans that include keeping a combined 750 employees in West […]
Horry County, SC, sending reps to SHOT Show to see if the can get the rest of the industry to move there.
I really like the moxie of these guys. Horry (I’m told the “h” is silent) County, South Carolina already landed Connecticut’s PTR Industries and added Ithaca Gun Company yesterday. They’ve also made the short list of […]
Someone please inform the Washington Post that their order of schadenfreude is ready. Gun companies were not kidding when they said they’d leave if states passed anti-gun laws that outlawed their products. Apparently, the concept […]
It looks like Stag Arms may be the next manufacturer to turn their backs on the anti-gun Democrats of the Nutmeg State: Grand Strand economic developers hope to soon learn if another Connecticut gun maker […]