Recalled Former Colorado Senator John Morse Thinks Magpul Should Apologize for Sandy Hook

November 27 2013
by GSL Staff
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Sometimes the idiocy of anti-gunners actually makes my head hurt. Case in point. Anti gunner John Morse, who was recalled from the Colorado State Senate in September due to his support of gun control laws, has taken to Twitter to try and shame Magpul for the fact that their PMag AR15 magazines were apparently used at Sandy Hook.

According to the report released earlier this week, Adam Lanza used 30 round PMags in the shooting.

This isn’t really surprising seeing as how PMags are probably the most popular and one of the most abundant AR15 magazines available today due to their light weight, reliability, durability, and low cost.

Magpul should be viewed as the quintessential American company. They sought to make the best possible product they could, and they succeeded, providing dozens, if not hundreds of Americans with jobs in the process.

Morse, along with this anti-gun colleague, Angela Giron were soundly recalled by Colorado voters back in September. A third state senator who was being targeted for recall, Evie Hudak, resigned today in order to allow Democrats to keep control of her senate seat.

Magpul, which is in the process of completely leaving Colorado, was one of the staunchest opponents of the new Colorado gun laws, and their operation to provide low cost, standard capacity magazines to Colorado residents before they were banned likely rubbed Morse the wrong way.

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