Via Stag Arms– “Stag Arms, LLC commenced litigation in the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut asserting claims that the charging handles Tactical Superiority, Inc. supplied to Stag knowingly were mispresented as American-made. Stag also asserts that Tactical promised its charging handles did not infringe on intellectual property of Radian Weapons’ charging handles or any others but Radian sued Stag for selling the charging handles alleging they did infringe.
On February 25th, Judge Janet C. Hall of the Connecticut District Court entered an order dismissing that infringement lawsuit filed by AXTS, INC (d/b/a Radian Weapons) against Stag with prejudice, thereby precluding further litigation, and without award of fees or costs to any party. Radian’s misdirected lawsuit was merely the result of Tactical’s wrongdoing and Stag resolved it solely to avoid the expense and distraction. Stag did not admit the validity or enforceability of Radian’s intellectual property.
Subsequently, Radian has represented to the public that Stag paid Radian to resolve its lawsuit for a “confidential” amount. In the interest of complete transparency, Stag invites Radian to disclose the actual settlement amount to avoid any confusion concerning the merits of its lawsuit against Stag.
Stag has always been, and will always be, unwavering in its commitment to deliver 100% American-made firearms and related merchandise to its customers.”