Gun Industry Companies Rally to Help Fight Spread of COVID-19
For all those working inside the gun industry, it’s a secret we know well. Gun industry companies comprise a special breed of folks. Several companies within the industry proved that adage once again, rallying to support the ongoing fight against the spread of COVID-19.
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Federal Ammunition recently located two cases of N-95 masks, donating the respirator masks to two local hospitals in Minnesota. The donation sent 200 FDA-approved masks to hospitals in desperate need of the equipment.
Veteran-owned Nine Line Apparel recently vowed to turn its manufacturing capabilities to creating affordable N-95 masks. The company’s founder vowed to take the cost, and the critical waiting time, out of the equation.
“We do not want these multi-billion dollar DoD contractors to drag their hells and make billions of dollars while people die,” founder Tyler Merritt said on Fox Buisiness’ “Cavuto: Coast-to-Coast.”
“Right now, there’s a contract for 500 million masks to be produced in the next 18 months,” Merritt continued. “We don’t have 18 months. We have days.”
Several Companies Step Up
Source:: Tactical Life