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Guy Denton Savage

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Sabre Defence Industries LLC

HQ Phone:  (615) 333-0077

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Sabre Defence Industries LLC

450 Allied Drive

Nashville, Tennessee,37211

United States

Company Description

Sabre Defence Industries, LLC, was founded by Guy Savage in December 2002 and is based in Nashville, Tennessee. We are a leading weapons provider to the U.S. government and the commercial market. In the industry, our name is synonymous with fine weapons, inclu...more

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Employment History

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Wanganui Collegiate


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St. John's Theological College


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Kings College


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Contact Us

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Guy Savage - President/CEO


Industry News: Volume 3, Number 2

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Named as defendants in a 21-count indictment were Sabre Defence Industries (SDI) owner Guy Savage, SDI president Charles Shearon, SDI CFO Elmer Hill, Michael Curlett, SDI-U.S. sales manager, and SDI-U.S. international shipping and purchasing manager Arnold See.
Savage was arrested in the United Kingdom and the United States has requested extradition. According to the indictment, the defendants were part of a conspiracy to illegally import and export regulated firearms and firearm components and technology to and from the United States. The indictment alleges that Savage directed the illegal activities from his personal residences in the United Kingdom, as well as from a related company owned by Savage, Sabre Defence Industries LTD, located in the United Kingdom.


Industry News: Volume 3, Number 3

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Named as defendants in a 21-count indictment were Sabre Defence Industries, LLC owner Guy Savage, SDI president Charles Shearon, SDI CFO Elmer Hill, Michael Curlett, SDI-US sales manager, and SDI-US international shipping and purchasing manager Arnold See.
Savage was arrested in the United Kingdom, and is awaiting extradition to the United States. According to the indictment, the defendants were part of a conspiracy to illegally import and export regulated firearms and firearm components and technology to and from the United States. The indictment alleges that Savage directed the illegal activities from his personal residences in the United Kingdom, as well as from a related company owned by Savage, Sabre Defence Industries Ltd (SDI-UK), which is a licensed manufacturer, distributor and importer of firearms and firearms headquartered in the United Kingdom.


Best of Shot Show 2011 - Beyond556.com Forum

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Officers from Scotland Yard's elite firearms squad shot out the tyres of Guy Savage's Mercedes and threw stun grenades in an early morning ambush.
Public-school educated Savage, 42, is accused of smuggling weapons to Iraq and the Middle East. Later a huge arsenal of weapons, including assault rifles, weapons components and ammunition was found in a raid on the married father-of-two's house in Pinner, North-West London, and at his business premises a few miles away in Northolt. Last... Sabre owner Guy Savage, a United Kingdom citizen, and Middle Tennessee residents President Charles Shearon, Chief Financial Officer Elmer Hill, Director of Sales Michael Curlett and International Purchasing Manager Arnold See Jr., are the individuals charged.


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Officers from Scotland Yard's elite firearms squad shot out the tyres of Guy Savage's Mercedes and threw stun grenades in an early morning ambush.
Public-school educated Savage, 42, is accused of smuggling weapons to Iraq and the Middle East. Later a huge arsenal of weapons, including assault rifles, weapons components and ammunition was found in a raid on the married father-of-two's house in Pinner, North-West London, and at his business premises a few miles away in Northolt. Last... Sabre owner Guy Savage, a United Kingdom citizen, and Middle Tennessee residents President Charles Shearon, Chief Financial Officer Elmer Hill, Director of Sales Michael Curlett and International Purchasing Manager Arnold See Jr., are the individuals charged. Officers from Scotland Yard's elite firearms squad shot out the tyres of Guy Savage's Mercedes and threw stun grenades in an early morning ambush. Public-school educated Savage, 42, is accused of smuggling weapons to Iraq and the Middle East. Later a huge arsenal of weapons, including assault rifles, weapons components and ammunition was found in a raid on the married father-of-two's house in Pinner, North-West London, and at his business premises a few miles away in Northolt. Last night sources said more than 500 "complete" guns had been found. Four Americans are accused of being involved with Savage, owner of a company called Sabre Defence Industries, in a multi-million pound racket to illegally export weapons in crates with false bottoms and forging shipping records. His arrest has caused acute concern at the Home Office, after claims that he had acted as adviser to ministers on firearms policy. An internal inquiry has begun into how Savage, who has a previous conviction from the mid 1990s for possessing and selling prohibited pump action and semi-automatic rifles, had been awarded a firearms certificate. He is due to appear before City of Westminster magistrates this morning for the start of what promise to be lengthy extradition proceedings. He has been indicted by a US federal grand jury on charges relating to international firearms and trafficking violations. He faces being jailed up to 20 years and fined up to $1-million on each of the more serious charges. The indictment alleges that Savage directed the illegal activities from his personal residences in the UK, as well as from a related company owned by him, Sabre Defence Industries LTD (SDI-UK), which is a licensed manufacturer, distributor and importer of firearms and firearms headquartered in the UK. The US indictment includes a number of revealing emails. Savage wrote to a Finnish arms company he deals with on July 25 2004: "This Iraq situation has companies banging on our door for M16s because we are the only supplier outside the US since the State Department has a lump of granite up their a**** with exporting machine guns to anywhere." Last night a source close to the US investigation told the Mail: "Savage was a brutal boss and he never ever took no for an answer. Savage, a former pupil of the £5 000 a term Highgate School in North London, was seized last on Tuesday. A neighbour, who asked not to be named, said: "At around 8.30am, I was looking out my window and Guy drove past in his Mercedes estate. The cars that were parked quickly blocked him off and officers jumped out and started shooting. They blew his tyres. "They threw four stun grenades and you could feel the vibrations in my house. They grabbed Guy from the car and pinned him to the ground. I heard him say 'I'm not resisting, don't hurt me'." In 1996, Savage - who that year had blamed families of the Dunblane massacre for ruining his livelihood - won a controversial court fight to continue dealing in firearms. He caused outrage when he said the families' "hysteria and blind fury" had left him and other dealers broke. He had been banned from possessing and trading in guns in April 1994 on the grounds he was a danger to the public. This came after a large cache of prohibited weapons was found at premises in St John's Wood, North London. He spent two years fighting the Metropolitan Police Commissioner's decision to revoke his firearms licence. A judge ruled in his favour but criticised his remarks about Dunblane and even his own barrister said his client had an "unattractive" personality. - Daily Mail


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