November 17, 2009

Blank-Gun Seller IAR to Merge with EMF

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif. -- After 15 years in business, IAR, Inc. will be closing its doors, according to an email from the company on Nov. 14.

According to the IAR (International Antique Reproductions) notice, "From re-enactors to theatre groups to police and dog training, we have sincerely enjoyed serving you. We also truly appreciate your patronage."

According to the release, IAR's blank-firing guns will now be sold by Santa Ana, California-based EMF Company, Inc.

IAR, Inc. distributes EMF Company's line of collectible quality historic replica firearms. Products for the Cowboy Shooter include single-action revolvers, derringers, and lever action rifles, and 12-gauge exposed hammer shotguns.

The IAR release said "blank guns will soon be on" a new website,

Or, "In the meantime, you can continue using the IAR website. To receive specials, please go onto the EMF website and sign-up or email us at"

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