Use the IRAC Formula to cover the rule of law and apply it to the situation
Colt Firearms Company manufactures a new pistol. The firing of the pistol depends on an enclosed high-pressure device. The pistol has been thoroughly tested in two laboratories in the Midwest, and its design and manufacture are in accord with current technology. Don buys one of the new pistols from Eagle Gun Emporium. When Don uses the pistol in the high altitude of the Rocky Mountains, the difference in pressure causes the pistol to misfire, injuring Don. Colt can prove that all due care was used in the manufacturing process, and it refuses to pay for Wayne’s injuries. On what ground might Don most successfully base a suit against Colt to recover for his injuries?
Limit answers to approximately two paragraphs. Use the IRAC formula to address the situation. Cover the rule of law and briefly apply it to the situation.