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Assault Weapons/Handguns

Image of a semi-automatic handgun with bullets strewn around it.

We will avoid investing in:

Companies that derive any of their revenue from the production of assault weapons and/or the components of such weapons with the intent directly or indirectly for retail sale and/or distribution to the general public.  These weapons include, but are not limited to, semi-automatic firearms that have one or more military feature:

  • Capable of received detached or fixed high-capacity magazine: more than 10 rounds
  • Folding or telescoping stock
  • Protruding grip
  • Barrel shroud
  • Threaded barrel capable of accepting a flash suppressor, silencer, and/or muzzle brake or compensator

Companies that are considered to have a major impact on the retail sale of assault weapons or components of such weapons.  This includes retailers that have store locations (where assault weapons or components of such weapons are sold) in at least 25 states (US) or have a significant presence in their country of domicile.

Companies that have made lobbying contributions over the most recent fiscal year in opposition to legislation with the proposed intent of strengthening current regulations concerning the retail sale and distribution of firearms, including handguns.