It seems that Everytown Law and the Brady United are trying to get the Federal Trade Commission to come down on Smith & Wesson for false advertising. You can read their letter here.
However, as Rob Romano of the Firearms Policy Coalition points out, their argument might backfire on them elsewhere. That said, neither Everytown nor Brady have any problem with hypocrisy.
Next time Everytown or Brady calls any of Smith & Wesson's rifles a "weapon of war," remind them that they just told the FTC that "there is no evidence that the military uses such products." https://t.co/2FUfmj9vnV pic.twitter.com/fvbCzEnDIX— Rob Romano (@2Aupdates) August 19, 2021