Wednesday, February 21, 2024

How will they keep the lights on when finally no one is left at home?

 
The nation’s oldest gun-maker recently announced plans to shutter the factory in the company’s original home Ilion, New York early next month, citing the steep cost of running the historic plant. Remington is consolidating its operations in Georgia, a state the company says is friendlier to the firearms industry.
In addition to all the regulations and taxes in New York, the state has so much gun control that Mike Bloomberg-affiliated Everytown for Gun Safety ranks it the No. 2 state in the Union for gun control laws.
Those gun controls include an “assault weapons” ban, a “high-capacity” magazine ban, universal background checks, a red flag law, gun storage requirements, “ghost gun” regulations, a microstamping requirement for new handguns, a ban on being armed on colllege or on K-12 campuses for self-defense or classroom defense, and stringent open carry regulations.
In New York, only thugs and outlaws can carry guns. Good luck with that, pal...
 



4 comments:

  1. And if we don't like your politics, your way of life, your attitude, or just don't like you, we'll find a reason to come after you. Wait, wait! Why's everyone leaving?

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  2. Why didn't they choose Montana or South Dakota?

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  3. I hope they have enough firearms up there for when the SHTF. We'll be happy to make them down here in the south!

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  4. No problem with having firearms and weapon makers in the south. One thing CW taught us is that having the north having most of the manufacturing hurt us. If the cheating of the 2020 election happens again I believe we will go into CW2 and it will not be easy for the left.

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