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Here's a list of contact info for firearms and ammo manufacturers that I've created. It is meant to be a living document. Please feel free to bring new info to the comment section and I'll try to update this as frequently as possible. It is easier if you include the contact info you'd like me to add.

Why contact them?

We are attempting to get bigger names to drop their LE contracts in order to put economic pressure on the state of CA as well as stop the unconstitutional double standard. We have had a number of companies agree to the ban, but we would like to get the big names involved.

Even if it is unlikely to get their support, we would like these big names to know exactly how we feel and where our money will go.

Companies that are already on our side

Barrett
Serbu Firearms
Molon Labe Industries
LaRue Tactical

Facebook

Daniel Defense: https://www.facebook.com/DanielDefense/

Glock: https://www.facebook.com/GLOCK/?fref=ts

Smith and Wesson: https://www.facebook.com/smithwessoncorp/?fref=ts

Remington: https://www.facebook.com/remingtonarmscompany/?fref=ts

Federal: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Federal-Premium-Ammunition/103737212997996?fref=ts

SigSauer: https://www.facebook.com/SIGSAUERInc/?fref=ts

Hornady: https://www.facebook.com/hornady/?fref=ts

Ruger: https://www.facebook.com/Ruger/?fref=ts

Magpul: https://www.facebook.com/magpul/?fref=ts

EOTech: https://www.facebook.com/EOTechInc


Twitter

Daniel Defense: https://twitter.com/DanielDefense

Glock: https://twitter.com/GLOCKInc

Remington: https://twitter.com/RemingtonArms

Federal: https://twitter.com/FederalPremium

SigSauer: https://twitter.com/sigsauerinc

Hornady: https://twitter.com/TeamHornady

Ruger: https://twitter.com/rugerforum

EOTech: https://twitter.com/eotechinc

Emails

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Dear firearms and ammunition, manufacturers and suppliers,

As a staunch supporter of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, I am deeply concerned that California legislators have recently passed a series of unconstitutional bills specifically designed to limit the Second Amendment rights of our fellow Americans.

I respectfully request that your company cancel any and all contracts that you hold with California law enforcement agencies. California has consistently maintained a double standard with respect to gun rights by exempting law enforcement from its existing gun control legislation. This unconstitutional bias needs to stop.

Will you stand with us to defend our rights today?

Phones

Daniel Defense: (866) 554-GUNS (4867)

Glock: 770-432-1202

Remington: 1-800-243-9700

Federal: 800-379-1732

SigSauer: 603-610-3000

Hornady: 800-338-3220

Ruger: 888-220-1173

Blazer: (800) 379-1732

Magpul: 877-4MAGPUL

Other ways you can help

  • Boycott CA products when possible
  • Organize protests in your hometown
  • Join CalGuns or other pro-freedom groups

Go to the protest in Anaheim: https://www.facebook.com/events/688125361325592/

Support the fundraiser by buying a sticker or shirt: https://teespring.com/gunrunnerz#pid=2&cid=2397&sid=front

Inforgraphics to share:

http://i.imgur.com/EXHhQix.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/pTkSyH5.jpg

Videos to share:

 

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Just so all of us understand.....you are unhappy with the California legislature so you're asking companies in the gun industry to not sell their products to California law enforcement. You justify that action because the legislature didn't force LEOs in California to adhere to the same restrictions as civilians. Is that correct?

If so, I think you have an error in your post. You labeled it as "our side." I think it is "your side." I find it very misguided and foolish. Changes are certainly needed in the California legislature but attacking law enforcement in California to accomplish it is not the answer.
 

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I don't care about CA. States have rights, and that's what the people there voted for. CA is lost. Gun owners who continue to "choose" to live and waste their vote there just have to suffer the consequences of their choice. What I would like to see is Republicans and gun owners do like the antis do and relocate to states like VA and other battle ground states where their votes will count by turning the state red and giving gun owners more representation in more states and nationally.
 

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I don't care about CA. States have rights, and that's what the people there voted for. CA is lost. Gun owners who continue to "choose" to live and waste their vote there just have to suffer the consequences of their choice. What I would like to see is Republicans and gun owners do like the antis do and relocate to states like VA and other battle ground states where their votes will count by turning the state red and giving gun owners more representation in more states and nationally.
Hear,hear!
 

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First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Socialist.

Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

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To all those that say they don't care about California law, think about how it sets a precedence. In a state as populous and influential as California makes such laws common place it only makes it easier for anti-gun groups to gain momentum to pass similar laws elsewhere. We should be supporting gun rights on a national level to ensure the cancer does not spread.
 

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I think we'll see the end of order in CA first, because at some point there will be a critical shortage of people entering law enforcement there.
 

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To all those that say they don't care about California law, think about how it sets a precedence. In a state as populous and influential as California makes such laws common place it only makes it easier for anti-gun groups to gain momentum to pass similar laws elsewhere. We should be supporting gun rights on a national level to ensure the cancer does not spread.
The people there want this. They have the numbers and can and will continue to implement these types of laws. CA is a lost cause and I rather see gun owners spending their time, energy, money, and resources fighting battles that they actually have a chance in hell of winning.
 

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To everyone saying "this isn't my state so it isn't my problem", you are the problem.

How many gun owners in CA cant afford to move? I have orders to move back to CA. By not acting against CA govt on this you are saying "those Americans don't deserve their rights because some Americans are stupid". You are saying poor people don't deserve rights.

We are targeting law enforcement because it is highly unethical for them to accept and perpetuate this double standard. Today us, tomorrow you.

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To everyone saying "this isn't my state so it isn't my problem", you are the problem.

How many gun owners in CA cant afford to move? I have orders to move back to CA. By not acting against CA govt on this you are saying "those Americans don't deserve their rights because some Americans are stupid". You are saying poor people don't deserve rights.

We are targeting law enforcement because it is highly unethical for them to accept and perpetuate this double standard. Today us, tomorrow you.

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I'm saying that gun owners are outnumbered there. Antis there have the right to vote for antigun politicians/representatives. I'm saying that the courts and judges are also antigun and have agendas. I'm also saying that the CA PD will not go unarmed, and even if a few companies blacklist CA LE, several more will be more than willing to take their money. That's the reality of it all IMHO.

CA is lost. Fighting the laws there from the state level is fighting a losing battle. The only way to get states like CA, NY, MD, DC, HI, etc to change their laws will have to be on a federal level and/or via SCOTUS, and from how I see it, congress, the president, and SCOTUS are moving closer and closer to being more antigun than progun... The only other option is to get a 2A majority into office there, and that's not going to happen either.
 

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Just so all of us understand.....you are unhappy with the California legislature so you're asking companies in the gun industry to not sell their products to California law enforcement. You justify that action because the legislature didn't force LEOs in California to adhere to the same restrictions as civilians. Is that correct?

If so, I think you have an error in your post. You labeled it as "our side." I think it is "your side." I find it very misguided and foolish. Changes are certainly needed in the California legislature but attacking law enforcement in California to accomplish it is not the answer.
When the government has the guns, and you do not, its called tyranny. Is that what you are in favor of???????????
 

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Just so all of us understand.....you are unhappy with the California legislature so you're asking companies in the gun industry to not sell their products to California law enforcement. You justify that action because the legislature didn't force LEOs in California to adhere to the same restrictions as civilians. Is that correct?

If so, I think you have an error in your post. You labeled it as "our side." I think it is "your side." I find it very misguided and foolish. Changes are certainly needed in the California legislature but attacking law enforcement in California to accomplish it is not the answer.
I didn't read it that way. I believe all citizens should as citizens, enjoy the same rights. If the law exempting LE was for on duty or only duty aspects I would have little problems with it. But I believe it exempts them along with retired as well. They also voted to exempt themselves from all these laws prior. When you create a separate class of citizen "Rights" based on job classification or position you are going to have trouble with the majority of the people, and rightly so. I understand there are those on here that would call making a comment about an officers wrinkled pants "Attacking LE" I don't feel this is the case with this post. JMO .
 

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I chuckle at the people who think their little red state is safe from stupid anti-gunners. If your state has elected a "D" to statewide office in the past 20 years and you are vulnerable. All it takes is for your urban center to host a mass shooting and all best are off. Colorado was one of the best 2A states in the Union in 2012, but throw in the Aurora Theater (+ residual Columbine angst), a MJ legalization ballot initiative to get out all the progressive voters, and we ended-up with "D" controlled legislature/governorship for just enough time to inflict UBC and 15 rd mag restrictions upon our fine state.

Don't be too smug...
 
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