Gun Company Rejects $15M Deal With Pakistan Over Concern For U.S. Troops

Author: Kristy

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A Utah gun manufacturing company has walked away from a potential $15 million deal to sell precision rifles to Pakistan.

Desert Tech President Nick Young says he employs many military veterans, who expressed concern that their products could someday get into the wrong hands and be used against U.S. troops.

“It was a hard decision, but we feel it was the right decision,” Desert Tech Sales Manager Mike Davis said. “Basically it was just our company’s stance and we were sticking with our founding principles, and that was to keep the American troops safe, that’s all the decision really was about.”

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