Anti-rights states shouldn’t be surprised at Beretta’s move. Magpul left Colorado, and other gun makers are contemplating leaving the Northeast.
When companies uproot, executives usually point to factors like lower government taxes or fewer unions. But Beretta blames something entirely different — a law passed in Maryland to try to curb mass shootings.
Beretta held a grand opening for its new facility in Gallatin, Tennessee, on Friday for a handful of guests including local officials and journalists, like Guns.com.
With a host of local leaders and members of the Beretta family on site, the firearms facility officially began production on April 15.
Beretta USA will enter a new chapter this week in its nearly 500-year history by officially opening its facility in Gallatin, Tennessee.
Beretta finished production of the last batch of M9 pistols for the military at its manufacturing facility in Maryland as the company has been shifting operations down south.
Just a month after riddling an earlier decision and sending it back down to a lower court to rehear, the U.S. Fourth Circuit has voted to do the job themselves.
Before the woman could get to her gun, a violent struggle ensued in the front seat of her car, so violent in fact, the windshield was cracked.
As the Army processes submissions for the handgun competition, General Dynamics has taken to producing gun barrels for Smith & Wesson’s M&P pistols that enter the competition — and will eventually release to consumers.
Citing the ban violated the Second Amendment, a federal appeals court has kicked a decision upholding the prohibition back to a lower court.