Some gun companies are refusing to sell to the Federal government
The Department of Homeland Security, the IRS, NOAH, and various other government agencies have been buying billions of rounds of ammunition as well as thousands of the same type of assault weapons which they are trying to ban ownership of in the private sector.
This is being done for one of two reasons: One; the Federal government is preparing for the insurrection they feel is coming after Barack Obama achieves his goal of crashing the economy, or two; despite the propaganda campaign being waged by the government and the media they realize that in the end they will not be able to pass gun control legislation so they are attempting to achieve the next best thing. The government could be trying to dry up the ammunition supply be purchasing as many rounds as possible, thereby creating a shortage and driving up the price making it impossible for the American people to by ammunition for the guns they own.
It now appears as if some firearms companies are fighting back in an attempt to foil this nefarious plot, several gun companies are refusing to sell weapons to the Federal government.
A growing number of firearm and firearm-related companies have stated they will no longer sell items to states, counties, cities and municipalities that restrict their citizens’ rights to own them.
According to The Police Loophole, 34 companies have joined in publicly stating that governments who seek to restrict 2nd Amendment rights will themselves be restricted from purchasing the items they seek to limit or ban.
This is what Extreme Firepower Inc had to say about this policy:
The Federal Government and several states have enacted gun control laws that restrict the public from owning and possessing certain types of firearms…If a product that we manufacture is not legal for a private citizen to own in a jurisdiction, we will not sell that product to a law-enforcement agency in that jurisdiction
Extreme Firepower Inc is not alone, 33 other companies have joined them as well. Here is the complete list.