A former Flower Mound resident accused of making hundreds of AR-15 rifles similar to the ones pictured was convicted Thursday in federal court.
A former Flower Mound resident accused of making hundreds of AR-15 rifles similar to the ones pictured was convicted Thursday in federal court. RODGER MALLISON STAR-TELEGRAM/RODGER MALLISON
A former Flower Mound resident accused of making hundreds of AR-15 rifles similar to the ones pictured was convicted Thursday in federal court. RODGER MALLISON STAR-TELEGRAM/RODGER MALLISON

Flower Mound man guilty of illegally making rifles exported to Mexico

March 16, 2017 06:03 PM

UPDATED March 16, 2017 06:48 PM

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