One small town in Idaho is hoping to become a major hub for the gun making industry.
FOX's Dan Springer explains:
While many cities are trying to curb violence by passing gun control laws, a town in western Idaho says 'the more firearms, the better'. Potlatch, Idaho; an old lumber town with a population of 800, is aiming to become a manufacturing hub for guns and ammunition by poaching companies from anti-gun states. So far its lured PNW Arms from neighboring Washington, and officials say six other companies have expressed interest. Idaho has some of the most gun-friendly laws in the country, including protections from legal liability for gun makers. Fifty-eight firearm companies are doing business there now, with many more being targeted.
Dan Springer, FOX News Radio.
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