NH-based gun maker SIG Sauer denies P320 pistol is defective or unsafe
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New Hampshire gun maker SIG Sauer Inc. is asking a federal judge in Texas to toss a lawsuit over the company’s P320 semi-automatic pistol that claims the firearm is defective and can accidentally fire when dropped.
In its recent response to the suit, the Newington-based company denied that the pistol was defective as originally designed or that it made any misrepresentations.
SIG Sauer said it “denies that the P320 pistol is unsafe or that it ‘duped’ anyone into purchasing” the firearm, according to court paperwork filed in the U.S. District Court in Texas.