LaRue Good

H/T Heels and Handguns, what’s that thing about becoming a Texan – You always were one, you just didn’t know it until you got there? From the LaRue Facebook page (which I otherwise don’t have a clue about).

02/08/2013 LEANDER, TX.

Updated Policy for State and Local Agency Law Enforcement Sales:
Due to the recent and numerous new Anti-gun/Anti-2nd Amendment laws passed and/or pending across our country, LaRue Tactical has been forced to reconsider how we provide products to state and local agencies.
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.

State and local laws have always been a serious focus of this firm, and we are now dovetailing that focus with the constitutional rights of the residents covered in their different areas by the old and new regulations.
We realize this effort will have an impact on this firm’s sales – and have decided the lost sales are less danger to this firm than potential lawsuits from erroneous shipments generated by something as simple as human error.

Thanks in advance for your understanding.

Mark LaRue

** This policy does not apply to Military / Federal Agencies**

(well maybe it should, since it’s the FEDS who are leveraging their hideous strength against the States.)
As she says, If a citizen only needs 7 rounds in New York state, why does a Policeman need more? If a citizen in California cannot have a detachable magazine, why would LEO?


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4 thoughts on “LaRue Good

  1. The Federal question is the more salient. As in, why do the Dept. of Education, IRS, et al need millions of rounds each of hollow-points?

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