By Tom Knighton
For the anti-gun jihadi, gun companies are responsible for anything and everything that happens with their firearms…unless it’s something good. A gun company doesn’t get credit for the millions of people who may have protected their own life with their firearms, but they’re intimately responsible for any and all murders that take place with a weapon they built.
Proving that line of thinking, a group of anti-gun zealots decided to protest outside of Strum, Ruger & Co., Inc.’s headquarters this past weekend.
Christine Bisceglie was reading an opinion piece on gun control last month, soon after the mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas that took 26 lives, when one detail struck her — the manufacturer of the gun used in the shooting was based in Connecticut.
The Norwalk resident was “horrified” to learn that the maker of the AR-556 rifle used by Devin Patrick Kelley to spray bullets at church goers at First Baptist Church in a quiet Texas town in early November was headquartered in the state she’d lived in her whole life.
“It’s a little secret, it’s off the side street. Nobody even really knows about it,” Bisceglie said Sturm, Ruger & Co., which is based in Fairfield’s Southport …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms