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Ken Buck Visits Custom Gun Manufacturer

October 5, 2016
Press Release

For Immediate Release

Contact: Kyle Huwa, 202-225-4676


Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Ken Buck (CO-04) visited Phoenix Weaponry, a machining and manufacturing company in Longmont that focuses on high grade weapons and weapons components. The stop came in advance of Manufacturing Day on October 7 and gave Congressman Buck an opportunity to learn about the issues faced by local manufacturers.

“Manufacturing businesses are vital components of our economy,” stated Congressman Ken Buck. “In Washington, I’m fighting government overreach so that small businesses, especially gun manufacturers who rely on the protection of our Second Amendment rights, can continue contributing to the economy and creating jobs.”

Manufacturing Day brings to light the challenges faced by manufacturing businesses across the United States. These companies rely on strong economic growth, diverse education opportunities for future employees, and freedom from red tape in order to create their products, provide jobs for members of the community, and contribute to an improved quality of life for the nation.

Attached: Photo of Congressman Ken Buck touring Phoenix Weaponry in Longmont and a photo of Congressman Ken Buck learning about the manufacturing process from Phoenix Weaponry owner, Aaron Cayce.