*Breaking* John Noveske has Died in a car Accident

John Noveske

Multiple sources are now confirming that John Noveske of Noveske Rifleworks has died in a car accident.

According to Sergeant Tyler Lee, on January 4, 2013 at approximately 9:13 p.m., a 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser driven by JOHN NOVESKE, age 36, from Grants Pass, was westbound on Highway 260 near El Camino Way. As the vehicle negotiated a right curve, it traveled across the oncoming lane onto the dirt highway shoulder until it struck two large boulders. The vehicle rolled and NOVESKE was ejected.

NOVESKE, who is the owner of a local rifle manufacturing company, was not using safety restraints and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

*Photo from Noveske Facebook Page


5 responses to “*Breaking* John Noveske has Died in a car Accident

  1. A true talent has been lost…

    Dann in Ohio

  2. RIP Mr. Noveske. Thoughts are with your family.

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  4. The Bottom Of The Barrel

    Rest In Peace John Noveske May your talents and legacy be remembered and never be forgotten.

  5. repeal1968guncontrolact

    The same people who have planned the drug induced mass shootings of 2012, and seem to have killed the prop master for the “Dark Knight Rises” (the movie that played in Aurora CO, with a scene showing a map with the words “sandy hook” on a map of Gotham for the FIRST TIME EVER, this movie also opening with the trailer for a movie with the word Aurora in it) probably staged this car accident to kill an owner of one of our AR15 makers. Expect more strange deaths folks. Expect more drug induced mass shootings where the shooter seems to have been coached to use an AR15 and/or a 33 round Glock mag (in addition to the same style of costume as the last several drug induced mass shooters were coached to use). BTW, that prop master, Scott Ketzinger, died in a strange car accident IN NEWTOWN CONN. Check it out for yourself.

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