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Dana Safety Supply Stops Selling Semi Auto Rifles to Civilians So Sheriff Pulls out

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Carpedium, Jan 3, 2013.

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  1. IdahoSkies

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    Wow. I will have to cross PSA off my list then. That really sucks. I like their stuff.
     
  2. Al Thompson

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    Whoa!

    This is not Palmetto State Armory! We lurve our Palmettos here and have lots of companies with that in the name. PSA is a totally different corperation and recently won me back by selling AR lowers for pre massacre prices when they could have gouged.
     
  3. IdahoSkies

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    You know. I should have caught that. Thanks for the heads up and sorry to put bad (if mistaken) press out on a great company.
     
  4. Saddlebag Preacher

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    As a retired LEO, I can tell you that before KY became a CCW state, it was (and still is) an open carry state. I was in a very bad spot on a rural hwy one night and a citizen who OC'd helped me instead of driving by. I have always been a pro Gun and am thankful one chose to have one that night.

    The sheriff sounds like he took his oath to "uphold the constitution" seriously, as I did. He's making a good point to this store.

    I see a lot of anti-cop talk here and there, but to be honest, most "fly-over states" cops aren't brainwashed into believing only Military and Police should have guns. BUT, most CITY police Chief's are appointed and follow the Mayor's talking points to keep their jobs. County Sherrrif's answer to the people.

    God bless 'Em
     
  5. heeler

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    Glad to get that clarified because I was considering ordering some Blazer Brass 9mm from PSA just the other day due to an e-mail from them and was aghast to think they were owned by this group.
     
  6. BlueBronco

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    SaddlebagPreacher, As a private citizen, this has been my experience regarding Sheriff's offices vs. city police agencies. There have been some exceptions of course.
     
  7. TexasGlock23

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    their FB page is being blown up
     
  8. Ranald

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    So, How many "PSA's" are there? which one is the bad guys?
     
  9. Al Thompson

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    Palmetto Distributors is the Columbia South Carolina retail store for DSS. There are other stores in Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina. They do not have internet sales.

    Palmetto State Armory is completely different, owned by different folks and is in no way related to the offending corporation.

    http://palmettostatearmory.com/
     
  10. ZXD9

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    Sheriff Berry is my local Sheriff. A great no BS guy. Runs a great operation.
     
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