Gun maker stands up to Clinton
Geoff Metcalf interviews Bob Morrison, executive VP of Taurus International

By Geoff Metcalf
Unable to push its hard-core gun control agenda through Congress, the Clinton administration has taken to using the threat of massive lawsuits to force gun manufacturers to do its bidding. Smith & Wesson recently gave in to the administration's demands to avoid legal harassment.

But not all manufacturers are caving in. Among those standing firm is Miami-based Taurus International, which makes pistols, revolvers and rifles. WorldNetDaily reporter Geoff Metcalf interviewed Taurus Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer Bob Morrison about threats and offers of bribery Morrison claims his company has received from public officials. Morrison also describes the extraordinary means government personnel have employed in attempting to punish gun manufacturers that hold their ground.