Assault-rifle manufacturers are not the only companies that end up in the crosshairs of anti-gunners. Air-rifle maker Daisy, which has likely produced more "first guns" than any other company, was the target of a political hit job by Clinton appointee Ann Brown, the former commissioner of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Under Brown, the commission claimed that Daisy's air guns were defective. After a two-year struggle, Daisy has been exonerated. Current CPSC commissioner Mary Sheila Gall was damning in her indictment of the motives for the original investigation. She said that in her 30 years of public service she had "never seen a more outrageous miscarriage of justice and abuse of the process of public policy."