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Oct. 17, 2002

Moultrie- A South Georgia company is paying a $200,000 fine for selling illegal weapons to customers in New York.

Bud-K Worldwide, Incorporated, in Moultrie, sells things such as knives, swords, and stun guns over the internet and through mail orders. Some of those items are illegal in New York.

That state's attorney general says Bud-K sold 4,500 illegal weapons to New York customers over the past three years. The company must turn over a list of those buyers, notify them about their illegal purchases, and publish notices showing which weapons are illegal in New York.

 

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