Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Hypocrisy of the Average Gun Buyer

Ron Smith really wants the word out about a hypocrisy in the gun industry.

The self defense of our families, the ability to hunt, and our God-given rights described in the 2nd Amendment of the United States Constitution take a high priority to all of us.

Here is the hypocrisy, says Ron. He said that people will buy some cheap AR-15 or firearms accessory from the latest start up gun manufacturer and won't give it a single thought. People are basically buying junk, yet they think they are getting something really good.

If our life, liberty, and property are important to us, then don't you think we should vet and research the company we are buying our guns and parts from?

People will research until they are blue in the face on Angie's List looking for most qualified, certified, licensed, and insured company to build them a bathroom, or clean out their plumbing, or build themselves pool. Plumbers get more research than firearms! But when it comes to guns, for some reason they don't research much.

Smith Enterprise has been around for over 40 years. We have a Class III License, an ITARs license, we are insured, we are registered with the Federal Government, we have done business with other countries, we have built firearms for the US Military, we have built firearms for the Navy Seals, we have done it all.  We are as certified and experienced as a company can get.

Now sure, we get a lot of business, but we could get a whole lot more if the average gun buyer would do his research. People need to do more research and don't trust everything you see in a store, it most likely is not made of high quality materials, processes, and craftsmanship.


  1. I agree 100% - buyers need to perform their due diligence BEFORE spending their money on guns, parts, and services.

  2. Nothing but Smith Enterprise or Sadlak on my SA M1A-NM.