N.J. State Police sues gun maker for $2.5M over ‘life threatening’ jams

The New Jersey State Police is suing the gun manufacturer that used to provide troopers with weapons, claiming the guns put troopers' lives in danger.

TRENTON — The New Jersey State Police has sued a major firearms manufacturer, claiming the company gave state troopers defective guns and failed to fix the problem. The state filed a $2.5 million lawsuit against Sig Sauer alleging the 3,000 guns it purchased from the company frequently jammed, making them “life-threatening” for troopers and virtually “inoperable.”…




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