By Tom Knighton
A while back, a group of activists bought shares of Smith & Wesson to try and force the company into what they saw as a more socially responsible direction.
Of course, that’s all a bunch of male bovine excrement, but what else do we expect from anti-gunners?
What they accomplished was to push the company to conduct a study on product safety, which was supposedly a major victory.
Well, Smith & Wesson conducted the study, and it’s unlikely the activists will like it.
The group called Adrian Dominican Sisters, led by a nun named Sister Judy Byron, is part of the Northwest Coalition for Responsible Investments, an anti-Second Amendment activist group. Their latest target was American Outdoor Brands Corporation (AOBC), which owns Smith & Wesson. The company was forced to do a study, which was released late Friday, but the results likely won’t make the nuns happy.
In their report, AOBC defended itself against critics of the Second Amendment, writing, “Specific terms sometimes are used to craft a narrative in support of those agendas. For example, phrases such as ‘gun violence’ are used to create a perception that the presence of a gun, in itself, somehow …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms