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Topic - Magpul Industries Corp.
The Wyoming Business Council on Thursday unanimously approved $13 million in state grants and loans to help one of the country's largest producers of ammunition magazines for guns relocate to the state.
The gun accessories maker Magpul Industries Corp. is giving out 1,500 empty 20- and 30-round magazines at a "Farewell to Arms" festival to mark the company's departure from Colorado, in protest of the state's recent legislative clampdown on Second Amendment freedoms.
A national boycott movement is aimed at Colorado's $1.8 billion hunting industry, launched by gun rights supporters last week after Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law three gun control bills.
An emotional Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed three sweeping gun control bills into law Wednesday, hours after learning that state corrections Chief Tom Clements had been fatally shot at his home.
A popular Colorado firearms accessories manufacturer has announced it is leaving the state upon sweeping new gun-control measures Gov. John Hickenlooper is expected to sign Wednesday.
Colorado stands to lose its status as a premier hunting and sports-shooting destination if the governor signs gun-control bills now rolling through the state legislature, according to an executive producer for the Outdoor Channel.