More Exploitation


Once again everyone’s favorite Ar company has been quick to take advantage of a current hot topic.

Paying homage to the Commonwealth of Virginia, Palmetto State Armory’s limited edition “Virginia-15” AR-15 lower commemorates our brothers and sisters in Virginia and across the United States civilly advocating for the fundamental rights of all law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.  $10 from the sale of each of these receivers will be donated to the non-profit Virginia Citizens Defense League to support their efforts to defend the Second Amendment and constitutional rights.

Reportedly they have sold 1,500 of them within 24 hours.

I can’t help but wonder though. Instead of buying one of these, why not just give 60 bucks to the VCDL? I’m sure the 60 bucks would do more for Virginians than 10 bucks if everyone who bought one just donated the money straight to the people who need it to actually fight.


  1. From a lean manufacturing standpoint, I’ll hand it to these guys to be able to do the design and production on these kinds of things so quickly. Some companies wouldn’t be able to schedule the meeting to discuss approving the project in this amount of time.

  2. I have no problem with PSA making a few bucks/giving a few to the cause and making a commemorative piece,one can as mentioned just send whatever amount they want to VCDL(give our brothers and sisters a hand in Virginia!).

    PSA weekly sells quality magazines shipped 10 for 80 bucks,they are making monies but also helping out folks on a budget.

    John,PSA has in last couple of years gone mostly “in house”with over 90% of production hence they can make things happen quickly.They have also improved(was really needed)customer service over last few years with more staffing.


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