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Milan Hart

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Hart Bros. Weaponry

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www.kimt.com

"I was kind of surprised how well it sells because it's a fun product," said Milan Hart, owner of Hart Bros. Weaponry in Albert Lea.
He said Tannerite works like a chemical reaction. "It's a product that, until it's mixed, is not an explosive, you have to mix two ingredients together and then you shoot it with a bullet from a gun that will go faster than the speed of sound," Hart said. He said there is a reason that an explosive product is used for this kind of hobby and it is not just to watch an explosion. "If you're shooting long range, let's say you want to set a rifle in at 250 yards and you want to hit something the size of a prairie dog, you can shoot at this and it does show you that because it explodes with a real loud bang," Hart said. He said if you follow the instructions there should be no problems with the target itself, especially if you keep your distance. "It recommends a hundred yards, you can do it closer, I don't recommend that. Follow the directions, the product wouldn't be on the market if it wasn't safe," Hart said. He said those who use it for target practice should not worry about it being unsafe, especially because it takes a certain type of impact to make it harmful. "Even when it's mixed, you can take it, hit it with a hammer, you can burn it with a torch, it's not going to go off. It's simply because of the impact of the bullet traveling faster than the speed of sound, creates an energy that then transfers into the product making it explode," Hart said.


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Milan Hart, the owner of Hart Brothers Gun Shop in Albert Lea tells KIMT Newschannel 3, "We live in Mayberry up here.


www.albertleatribune.com

"I think this is a knee-jerk reaction," said Hart Bros. Weaponry owner Milan Hart.
"I think he's absolutely on the wrong track." Hart, who is the highest volume independent gun dealer in the state, said there is evidence people still want to purchase military-style firearms as he has seen by his gun sales in the last few weeks. He said sales of military-style firearms have "exploded," noting that typically he has between 200 and 300 military firearms in stock but now only has two to three because people have been coming in to buy them out of fear they may be banned. Hart said while he agrees with having better background checks, he thinks more focus needs to be on mental health.


www.austindailyherald.com

"I think this is a knee-jerk reaction," said Hart Bros. Weaponry owner Milan Hart.
"I think he's absolutely on the wrong track." Hart, who is the highest volume independent gun dealer in the state, said there is evidence people still want to purchase military-style firearms as he has seen by his gun sales in the last few weeks. He said sales of military-style firearms have "exploded," noting that typically he has between 200 and 300 military firearms in stock but now has only two to three because people have been buying them quickly in fear they may be banned. Hart said while he agrees with having better background checks, he thinks the focus needs to be on mental health.


www.KAALtv.com

"Every gun has the same possibility of creating death," said Milan Hart, owner of Hart Brothers Weaponry.
"Mad men are mad men, and you're not going to change that unless we actually look at the root of the problem which is mental illness and the violence we are bombarded with daily," Hart said.


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