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The Police Loophole

In most cases, when a state or local government passes legislation to limit magazine capacity, ban a certain type of firearm, or otherwise limit the 2nd Amendment freedoms of their populace, they build in exemptions for their police department. Now there is a movement afoot to close this so called Police Loophole. Many companies are deciding to discontinue sales to the police departments of anywhere that enforces such a double standard.

A new website has popped up recently that lets you know who is already on board with this movement. There are some real industry giants on the list already. Check out ThePoliceLoophole.com.

You can use the information at the site to make decisions on where to spend your money. You can also use it to ask your favorite retailers and manufacturers where they stand or have them added to the list if they have already taken a stand.

ThePoliceLoophole.com

ThePoliceLoophole.com

4 Responses to The Police Loophole

  1. snakeman February 23, 2013 at 18:59 #

    The link to the sight is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for posting it. It’s time the police are put in their place. They are not above the law, their job is to enforce the law. They, the police, are nothing more than uniformed civilians. Mos I know get this, some think a gun and a badge gives them special entitlements.
    Now we need some of the Big manufactures to come on board.

  2. Shawn February 25, 2013 at 10:00 #

    HELL YES! It’s about time.

  3. 032125 February 25, 2013 at 15:29 #

    I love this movement. I will gladly patronize these companies, even at slightly higher cost, to support them in supporting me.

  4. Publius February 25, 2013 at 20:41 #

    Hope Armalite gets their heads out of their posteriors and starts acting with dignity and respect for freedom instead of tax funded purchase orders.

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