Magpul announced today that they would be joining the lawsuit against the state of Colorado in hopes of invalidating recent gun control legislation that passed into Colorado state law.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
MAGPUL INDUSTRIES ANNOUNCES LAWSUIT TO INVALIDATE COLORADO GUN CONTROL MEASURES
Denver, Colorado – May 17th, 2013 – Magpul Industries, an Erie, Colorado, based manufacturer of firearms accessories, announced today that it has joined 53 Colorado County Sheriffs and other plaintiffs in filing a lawsuit this morning to invalidate gun control measures recently passed by the Colorado legislature and enacted by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper.
The lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court and establishes that Colorado House Bill 1224 (magazine restrictions) and House Bill 1229 (universal background checks) violate the constitutional rights of lawful gun owners located in Colorado. [Read full release here]
They later stated on their Facebook page that they still intend to leave the state and are in the process of finding a place to move their operations.
Glad to see that they are sticking to their values and will be taking business to a region that is friendlier to the firearms industry and gun owners.