Wyoming Cites Magpul, HiViz Jobs As Policy Success

posted on April 29, 2015

When restrictive gun laws in Colorado drove Magpul and HiViz out of the state, Wyoming was more than happy to take the manufacturers off their hands. With Magpul now headquartered in Cheyenne and a major portion of HiViz’s operations centered in Laramie, dozens of jobs have opened up for Wyoming workers—and that’s not counting the additional facility that HiViz plans to build in the next three years.

Other gun makers are said to be eyeing the Cowboy State, and economic officials are seeing proof that having gun-friendly laws can be beneficial in more ways than one.

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