United States of Assault Weapons
Gunmakers Evading the Federal Assault Weapons Ban
Table of Contents
to the large file size of this study it has been divided into sections
for easier viewing. Follow this link
if you wish to download the entire study as one PDF file (6.6 MB).
Section One: A Flawed Law
Section Two: Legislation
That Would Effectively Ban All Assault Weapons
Section Three: Assault Weapon Manufacturers
This section contains brief profiles of gunmakers that currently market
post-ban, "copycat" assault weapons as well as new assault
weapon types. Each profile contains available company contact information
(address, telephone, fax, and web address) as well as examples of the
assault weapons sold by the gunmaker.
Spirit Arms, Corp.
& K Custom Firearms
Firearms Manufacturing, Inc.
International Arms Inc.
Manufacturing Company LLC
(Defense Procurement Manufacturing Services, Inc.)
& G Weaponry
Baer Custom, Inc.
River Arms, Inc.
Weapons Training Academy
Combat & Scattergun Technologies
Four: A Listing of Assault Weapon Manufacturers by State
This is the full text of the July 2004 Violence Policy Center study
United States of Assault Weapons: Gunmakers evading the Federal Assault
Weapons Ban. For information on how to order a hard copy of this
study, please return to the publications page.
All contents � 2004 Violence Policy Center
The Violence Policy Center is a national non-profit educational foundation
that conducts research on violence in America and works to develop violence-reduction
policies and proposals. The Center examines the role of firearms in America,
conducts research on firearms violence, and explores new ways to decrease
firearm-related death and injury.