The only way people in the industry will learn that hiring people who support assassinating American citizens who have broken no law, or are clearly at odds with the principles laid forth in the Constitution and Bill of Rights is bad is if it costs them their business.
They need to be the examples, and if they are good examples, they will thrive. But if the chose to become bad examples, we should do everything legal in our power to ensure they fail for stabbing us in the back.
I will never buy from the following companies that have some type of affiliation with firearms:
HS Precision (and I had forgotten about them hiring the murderer, as I wasn't into bolt guns until this year)
And if companies decide to join this list, I will be sure to update it.
Before anyone mentions Bill Ruger, and his stance on 'high capacity' mags, he is dead, and the company has publically said that Bill Ruger's stance on that issue was just that: HIS stance. He was the head of the company at the time the AWB was passed, but not any more, and Ruger is more that happy to sell 'high capacity' to those in states that allow it. Ruger has made it a point to not only sell the 'high capacity' mags where legal, but to spend quite a bit of money to fight against the legislation to ban EBRs and magazines when it was being floated after Sandy Hook.