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Basically the big deal was how they were using the wording in their marketing campaign? You think P80 didn't actually sold guns illegally? and ATF did not go after or will go after Polymer80's customer base?

It's very suspicious that they won't make a statement. or are they using the moment of suspense to build up a better marketing strategy?
 

Frankie J

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Basically the big deal was how they were using the wording in their marketing campaign? You think P80 didn't actually sold guns illegally? and ATF did not go after or will go after Polymer80's customer base?

It's very suspicious that they won't make a statement. or are they using the moment of suspense to build up a better marketing strategy?
I don't see them going after the customer base, the customer list will more than likely be used to run background and see who is prohibited from owning a gun and then bought 80%. they will do a few things any place a "Ghost gun" was used see if any customers came from those areas to narrow down suspect list, its a long shot as many people don't buy direct from P80 but distributers of P80. Further to see if prohibited people bought parts and as they are felons they have no right of privacy, the ATF can search the homes for weapons and in particular the Ghost gun, the lists help them see what prohibited person have been building guns.

the suspense is not building up marketing as production is down, and if the potential to be shut down exists, no one will buy product that they cant get warrantied, or get parts for down the road. its more likely this would drive business to other Polymer lower kit companies that make Glock compatible parts for.
 
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