Fear that President Barack Obama would curtail gun rights helped Idaho’s gun and ammunition industries. Now sales have plummeted, forcing some companies to lay off employees. Curtis Aberastori assembles parts for AR-15-style rifles at Primary Weapons Systems in Boise.
Fear that President Barack Obama would curtail gun rights helped Idaho’s gun and ammunition industries. Now sales have plummeted, forcing some companies to lay off employees. Curtis Aberastori assembles parts for AR-15-style rifles at Primary Weapons Systems in Boise. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Fear that President Barack Obama would curtail gun rights helped Idaho’s gun and ammunition industries. Now sales have plummeted, forcing some companies to lay off employees. Curtis Aberastori assembles parts for AR-15-style rifles at Primary Weapons Systems in Boise. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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