Gun Makers Fight Injunction Bid In Peruvian Project Spat

By Natalie Olivo (July 15, 2016, 3:20 PM EDT) -- Adams Arms LLC's former potential weapons buyers asked a Florida federal judge on Thursday to deny the rifle company's injunction bid in its suit accusing them of shutting it out of contracts with Peru's military worth more than $100 million, saying the request is based on a nonexecuted agreement.

In its June motion for a preliminary injunction, Adams Arms had asked the judge to block Aguieus LLC, its subsidiary Unified Weapons Systems Inc. and their senior officers from allegedly violating provisions of the parties' agreements and to stop the rifle company's former potential vendees from purportedly misappropriating its trade secrets toward...

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