You might say, "Who cares, those guns are junk and we are all safer not having them on the streets". That might be true but on the other hand...
This creates a precedent. The company gets sued for B.S. reasons, uses bankruptcy protection to reorganize but then a deep pocketed group buys all of their machinery at auction and destroys it. The company is gone, the machinery is gone. Sure this is a small company but that is how it starts. First with small companies and then larger ones, and replacing the machinery is a costly endeavor.
As I have been harping about for some time, while Creepy Joe is a demented imbecile, the people pulling his strings are not and they have a strategy. Knowing that an outright gun ban is impractical right now, the strategy is to destroy the industry in small pieces aka Death By A Thousand Cuts.
No compromise with these people. Not one inch.