EPA Raids Ammo Company for “Environmental Concerns”??

EPA Raids Ammo Company for “Environmental Concerns”?
March 28, 2014 // The Outdoor Patriot

We have been following that the EPA has moved to shut down ammo suppliers since the failed attempt to pass gun control through congress. Now it looks like the Environmental Protection Agency is at it again. The EPA raids one of the last standing ammo manufacturing companies for “environmental concerns”.

According to the local NBC affiliate, USA Brass had a surprise waiting for them at 9 AM Thursday morning. In Bozeman, Montana, the local company that has been doing business for years making and manufacturing ammunition for civilian weapons was met by members of the EPA. They were supposedly tipped off over “environmental violations” happening inside the company. They were hard at work taking boxes and testing certain items at 4 PM.

The NBC affiliate reports:

The FBI raided Bozeman based USA Brass Thursday morning. We were tipped off by a viewer who told us federal agents were on scene by 9a.m. Throughout the morning we saw agents from the FBI, EPA Criminal Division, and Bozeman Police come and go from the Bozeman business.

Around 12:30 p.m. Agent Bert Marsden identified himself as the resident agent in charge of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Criminal Division in Montana. He told NBC Montana agents were expected on scene through the evening, and gave a short statement about the investigation.

“We are investigating alleged violations of environmental law. An investigation takes as long as it takes, and I can’t provide any details as it relates to that,” said Marsden.