A settlement has been reached in lawsuits filed by the families of some of the people killed and injured during the December 2012 Newtown mass shooting.
On Tuesday senior leaders with Remington left the company, less than a month after company owners decided to let investors cash out of the conglomerate.
Guns.com sat down and worked through the California Department of Justice’s assault weapon list of some registered 145,253 firearms, as well as the politics of the ban
Obtained via Public Records requests, Guns.com analyzed the California DOJ’s assault weapon list of some registered 145,253 firearms, as well as the politics of the ban.
The investment firm has been trying to sell the company since the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, but has been unable to find a buyer.
Attorneys for the 10 families of victims killed during the Sandy Hook shooting are attempting to have their lawsuit pulled out of federal court, claiming that the gun maker is, “forum shopping.”
Remington removed the suit to federal court and cited the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act as defense against its alleged involvement in the shooting.
A concealed carry permit holder who was arrested after being found with two handguns on a Connecticut college campus was sentenced Friday to eight years.
With news breaking this week of a planned lawsuit against Bushmaster in relation to the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School two years ago, speculation abounds as to the suit being winnable.
A class action suit links Bushmaster to the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School two years ago, blaming the gun maker for producing military-style weapons for civilians.