Georgia company that made Las Vegas shooter’s rifles is laying off workers

ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION – October 10, 2017 – The Georgia company that made some of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock’s assault rifles is reportedly laying off as many as one-third of its employees. Daniel Defense, based in Bryan County, 25 miles northwest of Savannah, is reducing its work force because of declining sales, according to reports in Recoil, a firearms-related website, and the Bryan County News. Recoil said the company laid off 100 of the almost 300 workers at its plants in Georgia and South Carolina.  [full article]

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