JSD Supply Acquires Gun Show That Was Forced To Ban Them

Building Class

OAKS, PA-(Ammoland.com)- JSD Supply has purchased Eagle Arms Productions, LLC. Last March, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, State Representative Amen Brown, and Firearms Owner Against Crime (FOAC) President Kim Stolfer pressured the former owner of Eagle Arms to ban the sale of unfinished firearm frames. Although the decision was reversed, the trio celebrated their apparent victory. Shapiro and Brown even held a press conference, and anti-gun groups celebrated. Less than a year later, their celebration has ended.

JSD Supply is the leading seller of Polymer80 kits and their own MUP-1 kit that is based on the popular Sig P320. The company was directly targeted by Stolfer, who confronted an employee of JSD Supply at a gun show. At the time, Stolfer said that there should be a paper trail and that kits shouldn’t be sold in “certain areas.” Brown claimed that customers bought 100s of kits at one time, according to the AG’s “Ghost Gun” Task Force.

That claim was disputed by the AG’s “Ghost Gun” Task Force when contacted by AmmoLand News. They were unaware of anyone buying that many kits at any gun show. It is still unclear where Brown turned up that number or if it was just made up for effect.

JSD Supply would not give up the fight for gun rights and partnered with Gun Owners of America (GOA) to push back against attacks on the rights of American citizens to keep and bear arms. JSD Supply’s owner, Jordan Vinroe, believes everyone has a right to build firearms and took a no-compromise stance against the AG and others who would like to see homemade guns banned. The company took an “if you can’t beat them, then buy them” stance.

JSD Supply purchased Eagle Arms from the previous owners, making them the largest gun show promoter in the Commonwealth. This past Saturday, JSD Supply officially took control of the gun show. The first official show was the Oaks Gun Show outside Philadelphia. The Oaks Gun Show is the third largest gun show in the country, featuring thousands of tables.

Jordan Vinroe WIth a Future Gun Builder.

Not only were unfinished frame and receiver kits sold once again everywhere at the gun show, but JSD Supply hosted educational classes that helped buyers of P80s finish their kits into fully functional firearms. Even volunteers from FOAC took the opportunity to complete a Polymer80 kit.

Chairmanwon Showing How To Set Up A Printer

Attendees could also learn about 3D printing firearms from experts such as Chairmanwon, P80 Ralph, and 2A3DPrint. An Ender 3 was running during the day, printing out frames made from PLA+ filament. There were also examples of 3D-printed firearms on display, including a bullpup Glock build.

In addition to the gun-building classes, personal defense classes were also free to all attendees taught by Rob Pincus. Hold My Guns also talked about private alternatives to tyrannical red flag laws. JSD Supply also sponsored a meet-up of multiple influencers such as DLD After Dark, Flying Rich, Tony Simon, Pew Tang Clan, and myself.

John Crump, Flying Rich, DLD After Dark

JSD Supply buying Eagle Arms is equivalent to when a car dealership refused to sell Michael Jordan a car. The basketball superstar purchased the dealership and then fired the salesman that wouldn’t give him the time of day. The salesman is AG / Governor candidate Josh Shapiro and state rep Amen Brown this time.


About John Crump

John is a NRA instructor and a constitutional activist. John has written about firearms, interviewed people of all walks of life, and on the Constitution. John lives in Northern Virginia with his wife and sons and can be followed on Twitter at @crumpyss, or at www.crumpy.com.

John Crump


Add Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *