Buwahahahah! Gun Control Supporters LOST Badger Guns Case, Think They Won
By Bob Owens
October 15, 2015
As noted yesterday (October 14, 2015), the victory in a civil trial against Wisconsin’s Badger Guns by two Milwaukee Police officers was a big win for the firearms industry, gutting Hillary Clinton’s argument to repeal the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA).
PLCAA was signed into law in 2005 to prevent frivolous lawsuits against firearms dealers, distributors, and manufacturers.
Prior to that, gun control groups were attempting to bankrupt the industry by holding companies responsible for the unforeseen criminal misuse of their products. It was directly analogous to allowing people to sue car manufacturers and dealers for the actions of drunk or negligent drivers.
Amusingly, many gun control supporters seem to think that the Badger Guns case, which shows PLCAA works, actually helps them: