Crusader Weaponry

Posted: February 22, 2013 in Uncategorized
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Add the boys from Utah to the list of companies that are not selling to oppressive states.

Policy Update for State and Local Agency Law Enforcement Sales:

In response to the recent and numerous new Anti-gun/Anti-2nd Amendment laws passed and/or pending across our country, Crusader Weaponry has been forced to reconsider the sale of products to state and local agencies in those states.

Effective immediately, in an effort to see that all sales are legal, Crusader Weaponry and/or its employees, will apply all current State and Local Laws (as applied to civilians) to the local law enforcement / government agencies of those states. This means that if the citizens of any given state are no longer able to legally own our firearms we will not sell to any local/state/governmental law enforcement agency in that state.

State and local laws have always been a serious concern of Crusader Weaponry. We can not, in good conscience, arm governmental agencies in states that infringe on the constitutional rights of their residents.

Thanks in advance for your understanding.

Joe “Gundoc” Chetwood
CEO/Lead Gunsmith
Crusader Weaponry

But Crusader decided to take it one step further and is bringing it to the Federal agencies also.

From their Facebook:

Policy Update for Federal Law Enforcement Sales:

Crusader Weaponry is a firm believer in the right of the individual to own firearms We believe it is a person’s right to make their own choice as to what type of arms they choose to own, and not the choice of the government. We believe that current laws being proposed in congress are an infringement on the Second Amendment…. In response the Crusader Weaponry ownership has made the decision to change our federal law enforcement sales policy.

Effective immediately, in an effort to support our customers and their right to own the firearm of their choosing, Crusader Weaponry will no longer sell to any law enforcement agency or federal entity that is willing to enforce any anti gun laws that have been or will be passed. Therefore, all agencies will be asked their stance on these issues before we will decide to do business with them.

Firearm related laws have always been a serious concern of Crusader Weaponry. We can not, in good conscience, arm governmental agencies that are willing to infringe on the constitutional rights of the citizenry they claim to serve.

Thanks in advance for your understanding-

Joe “Gundoc” Chetwood
CEO/Lead Gunsmith
Crusader Weaponry

I have always liked Crusader Weaponry. I’m thinking about picking up a new Glock eventually to have it Crusader-ized by them. They also make a great product that I have used for two years now called Slipstream. There is a review coming for this soon, but I will tease you and tell you this is the best lubricant I have ever used on any of my firearms. Head on over to Crusader Weaponry and show your support by picking up a tube of slipstream,a t-shirt, or going all out and let them unlock all the potential one of your guns is capable of.

Don’t forget to head over to our Facebook page and like us. We are now over half way to our goal for our giveaway. Somebody is getting some really nice paracord bracelets donated by a reader and a custom kydex holster from NUoSU Concealment.

BS

 

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Comments
  1. Joshua says:

    With the exception of the custom slide and treatment, I already have those specs for the crusader glock. Good stuff!

    • absolutebs says:

      You can just send your slide and barrel to them and have the permanent lubricant applied also. Or just buy one of their already decked out Glocks they sell 🙂 The 10mm would be a nice addition to any safe I do believe.

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