Sig Sauer Sued By NJ Over Faulty Trooper Guns

Law360, New York (May 11, 2017, 6:10 PM EDT) -- Firearms manufacturer Sig Sauer Inc. has been slapped with a $2.5 million lawsuit by the New Jersey State Police alleging the company provided defective guns for its state troopers and failed to remedy the issue despite multiple opportunities to do so.

In an April 27 complaint filed in Mercer County Superior Court, the state is seeking the $1.7 million it paid for 3,000 of the New Hampshire-based gun maker’s P229s, along with the $856,000 it spent on holsters from a different vendor that were compatible with...
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