The owner of a Wellness Coach gun-making business in South Carolina is upset about what he says is the company’s decision to make the gun’s design more like a real firearm.
The company’s owner, Mark Buehler, said in an interview that the company was “not looking to be like a firearm company,” but instead to create a product that was “a little more authentic” with a “little more technology.”
“We didn’t want to have a gun with a button that you could accidentally push, a button where you can’t even tell that it’s there, where you have to actually press the button,” Buebaum said.
The gun is a replica of a firearm manufactured by the company in North Carolina, and the owner said that his company wanted to make it “a bit more authentic.”
But he said he didn’t understand why his company’s design was so different from the original design, which has a gun trigger that can be pulled with a thumb.
“I didn’t think it was the right design, I didn’t feel it was an authentic product,” Buesler said.
“And I was really disappointed in the company that made that gun.”
The business, which sells guns for private parties, was founded by Buella in 2008.
It is one of the first businesses to produce a handgun that is not a replica, according to the company website.
Buehler said the company had a few offers to make a replica before settling on the original one, which he said “sounds pretty authentic.”
“I’m really upset about that,” Bühler said.
Bühler, who was not named in the lawsuit, also said the original gun design did not have an ejection port.
“It just kind of stuck out,” he said.
“The design that was made is not the one that we wanted to be selling,” he added.
Buesler’s company sells the gun online and at gun shows in South Florida, according the company.
He said he is looking to open a factory in the near future.
A representative for the company did not respond to a request for comment.