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Quiet 02-20-2018 2:13 PM

X-Products CEO is pro-gun control
 
Soldier Systems: X-Products report

James Malarkey, the CEO of X-Products, posted on social media that he believes firearm ownership is a privilege and that Federal laws so be changed so that all firearm owners must be licensed.

The firearm licenses would have different levels, all of which require different amounts/levels of training and more in depth Gov approval (psych exams, etc).

He also believes that non-exempt persons should be able to own large capacity magazines.

James Malarkey's wife, Amanda Razey-Marlarky, is also a supporter of Bloomberg's Everytown for Gun Safety.

X-Products makes large capacity magazines, the Can Cannon, and personal flamethrowers.

TS77 02-20-2018 2:23 PM

haha, guy makes weapons accessories, sells them to the public, then says public shoudn't be able to buy them???

:shrug:

Redeyedrider 02-20-2018 2:35 PM

That's a bunch of malarkey!!!

Mute 02-20-2018 2:47 PM

Look at that. Another idiot biting the hands that feed him and his libtard wife.

bug_eyedmonster 02-20-2018 3:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TS77 (Post 21307639)
haha, guy makes weapons accessories, sells them to the public, then says public shoudn't be able to buy them???

:shrug:

I'm not even sure what to say about this, other than :banghead:

GW 02-20-2018 3:30 PM

Is he looking to retire early?
Draw a big X through them on my shopping list.

John Browning 02-20-2018 3:31 PM

FXP

Some Guy 02-20-2018 4:17 PM

Never heard of her

wolfwood 02-20-2018 4:24 PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=935tqYT0XG0

remember what happened to smith and wesson

the same should happen here.

Bigedski 02-20-2018 5:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TS77 (Post 21307639)
haha, guy makes weapons accessories, sells them to the public, then says public shoudn't be able to buy them???

:shrug:

Time to boycott this fools company. time to hit him in the pocketbook.

rugershooter 02-20-2018 8:15 PM

I guess I won't be buying any X-products products.

Jimi Jah 02-21-2018 9:40 AM

Wait until this gets out, he will sell that company off.

Marquand 02-21-2018 3:39 PM

Just sent X Products an email to remind their head of sales to start updating his resume.

Ubermcoupe 02-21-2018 3:49 PM

Military Arms Channel reports his wife holds fundraisers for everytown. This was posted on the MAC IG.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BfeHdNbgyH7/
https://instagram.fsnc1-1.fna.fbcdn....88558336_n.jpg

xproduct's owner's recent response on IG:
https://instagram.fsnc1-1.fna.fbcdn....20262144_n.jpg

2761377 02-21-2018 3:53 PM

^^^ clearly an ignoramus.

and God is spelled with a capital "G". duh

Tokarevman 02-21-2018 3:53 PM

https://media.giphy.com/media/pfv1qGqCOzhAY/giphy.gif

xSlapshotx 02-21-2018 3:58 PM

I guess he wants to keep his liberal wife instead of his company.

I’m going to respect his wishes and not buy his products.

Maybe he can start knitting pink P hats.

saki302 02-21-2018 4:17 PM

He's the same guy that ran the Allied Armament group buy on calguns back in the day. Good guy then- shame the wife ruined him.

-Dave

xSlapshotx 02-21-2018 5:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by saki302 (Post 21312301)
He's the same guy that ran the Allied Armament group buy on calguns back in the day. Good guy then- shame the wife ruined him.

-Dave

Yeah but look at those pointy elbows.

nitroxdiver 02-21-2018 5:55 PM

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Colt-45 02-21-2018 5:55 PM

He can eat ****. Glad I never bought any of his overpriced instagram whore accessories.

kcheung2 02-21-2018 5:58 PM

That whole "I didn't mean it, it was only to spark disussion" is a load of bs. Discussing solutions that hinder law abiding people, who had nothing to do with any of this, is NOT a solution.

artb 02-21-2018 6:00 PM

..... and yet another screwball jumps out of the woodwork. ... :p

GW 02-21-2018 8:51 PM

"Oh shart! That mike was hot???"
Better start backpedaling fast!
Maybe he and that guy from Recoil Magazine could have lunch together and show each other their wounded feet.

Barang 02-21-2018 9:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Quiet (Post 21307584)
Soldier Systems: X-Products report....

James Malarkey's wife, Amanda Razey-Marlarky, is also a supporter of Bloomberg's Everytown for Gun Safety.

X-Products makes large capacity magazines, the Can Cannon, and personal flamethrowers.

How can they keep peace at home? Both are extreme opposite of each other.

Black Majik 02-21-2018 9:48 PM

Their Facebook page is getting blown up...

njineermike 02-21-2018 9:57 PM

How to destroy a business in one easy lesson. The Malarkey method.

bool1tholz 02-21-2018 10:26 PM

LOL.
He's the CEO but not part of the staff and needs approval by more senior members? They're disavowing their own actions.
https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...c5044eeecf.jpg

GW 02-21-2018 11:35 PM

I can imagine the gigantic "WTF? WTF?!? that went up in the boardroom when they heard he said that.

aklon 02-22-2018 12:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TS77 (Post 21307639)
haha, guy makes weapons accessories, sells them to the public, then says public shoudn't be able to buy them???

:shrug:


Logic is not necessary when virtue signaling.

If he wishes to indulge in moral preening, we don't have to buy his products so let's give him something other than guns to worry about - like imminent bankruptcy due to the collapse of his business under the weight of all that stupid.

Bigedski 02-22-2018 6:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by xSlapshotx (Post 21312668)
Yeah but look at those pointy elbows.

it's amazing what a little p*ssy will make a man do

aaaslayer 02-22-2018 1:57 PM

What a shame. Nice products too. Their handguards are pretty neat. I would have loved to buy one. Can't support this company anymore though.

Jorenm 02-22-2018 3:24 PM

I don't disagree with all of that. I don't see it as being unreasonable to require proper training to own a firearm. I'd much prefer a tiered licensing system like I understand Canada has where once you obtain the license, you can just buy whatever you want with no further hassle. The psych evals I don't disagree with in principle, except I don't believe that they actually have the capability to determine who will and won't misuse a firearm.

njineermike 02-22-2018 3:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jorenm (Post 21316762)
I don't disagree with all of that. I don't see it as being unreasonable to require proper training to own a firearm. I'd much prefer a tiered licensing system like I understand Canada has where once you obtain the license, you can just buy whatever you want with no further hassle. The psych evals I don't disagree with in principle, except I don't believe that they actually have the capability to determine who will and won't misuse a firearm.

Which license do I need to consult my attorney? How many tiers before I get a fair trial by a jury of my peers? What if I forget to renew my freedom to speak license and its in arrears?

Jorenm 02-22-2018 3:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by njineermike (Post 21316770)
Which license do I need to consult my attorney? How many tiers before I get a fair trial by a jury of my peers? What if I forget to renew my freedom to speak license and its in arrears?

Do you disagree with them restricting felons from owning firearms? How about young children? Most people would agree there are reasonable restrictions that don't conflict with the 2a. Needing to demonstrate you know which end goes bang strikes me as pretty reasonable.

njineermike 02-22-2018 3:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jorenm (Post 21316825)
Do you disagree with them restricting felons from owning firearms? How about young children? Most people would agree there are reasonable restrictions that don't conflict with the 2a. Needing to demonstrate you know which end goes bang strikes me as pretty reasonable.

If they're not safe to be in society with a firearm, they shouldnt be in society. And as far as children, parents bear that responsiblity. My 15 year old has a rifle in his closet since he was 12. I slept with a loaded shotgun under my bed when I was 14. It's my job to determine when or if my child is ready, not you and not the government.

Then again, thats why its called a "right". The 2A doesnt grant me anything. It prevents the government from stopping me from doing something I can do anyway. Dogs have teeth, cats have claws, we have guns.

readysetgo 02-22-2018 4:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jorenm (Post 21316762)
I don't see it as being unreasonable

http://gifimage.net/wp-content/uploa...a-ha-gif-5.gif

Jorenm 02-22-2018 5:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by njineermike (Post 21316970)
If they're not safe to be in society with a firearm, they shouldnt be in society. And as far as children, parents bear that responsiblity. My 15 year old has a rifle in his closet since he was 12. I slept with a loaded shotgun under my bed when I was 14. It's my job to determine when or if my child is ready, not you and not the government.

Then again, thats why its called a "right". The 2A doesnt grant me anything. It prevents the government from stopping me from doing something I can do anyway. Dogs have teeth, cats have claws, we have guns.

Do you think your 12 year old should be able to buy guns on his own?

We have no way of knowing if someone is safe to be in society. We either have to let them out eventually, or change all sentences to life in prison/death.

Blade Gunner 02-22-2018 5:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Quiet (Post 21307584)
Soldier Systems: X-Products report

James Malarkey, the CEO of X-Products, posted on social media that he believes firearm ownership is a privilege and that Federal laws so be changed so that all firearm owners must be licensed.

The firearm licenses would have different levels, all of which require different amounts/levels of training and more in depth Gov approval (psych exams, etc).

He also believes that non-exempt persons should be able to own large capacity magazines.

James Malarkey's wife, Amanda Razey-Marlarky, is also a supporter of Bloomberg's Everytown for Gun Safety.

X-Products makes large capacity magazines, the Can Cannon, and personal flamethrowers.

First Optics Planet, now this hypocrite.

PyroFox79 02-22-2018 5:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Blade Gunner (Post 21317361)
First Optics Planet, now this hypocrite.

What did optics planet do?


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