Another Gun Co Says 'Good-bye' N.Y., 'Hello' S.C.

Another Gun Co Says 'Good-bye' N.Y., 'Hello' S.C.

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    Another Gun Co Says 'Good-bye' N.Y., 'Hello' S.C.

    Another gun company says 'good-bye' New York, 'hello' South Carolina

    We need the jobs and we are like the price is right,come on down.


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    We do need the jobs.Politicians must be working hard at trying to get these gun manufacturers to S.C.Obviously someone is trying.

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    I guess some of the lawmakers didn't care about the money and taxes they won't get from them leaving.I won't ever know obviously,but i wonder if they really thought these companies would leave their states,because of the senseless gun laws? It doesn't really matter,glad they chose us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandpgrl View Post
    Another gun company says 'good-bye' New York, 'hello' South Carolina

    We need the jobs and we are like the price is right,come on down.
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    Bring them on.If they import,the Charleston area should be a great fit for them.

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    There is a lot of others moving as well. Olin which owns the Winchester name is moving its ammo manufacturing company to Arkansas I think. Most Winchester firearms are made overseas now. I think the centerfire bolt guns are the only one being made in the USA. And a overseas company owns it also. Move them all down here just don't bring all the yankies with them. Just kidding about Yankies.
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    Not a fan of ATI but its a smart move,as a former NYC resident the place has gone to the loons
    Kimber should follow
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    Good for them! The politicians do not care if everyone in their state loses his or her job, but responsible 2nd amendment companies need to stand up and take action like this, just like responsible gun owners need to stand up and take action also.
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    I hope ALL the industries associated with 2A move from any of the blue states that come up with all these stupid/feel good gun laws...maybe that would wake up the populations of those states.
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    Thats what I call great move, hope all of them would move and take all the jobs and payroll and taxes where they can live in peace without the moron liberals trying to tell folks what to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    I hope ALL the industries associated with 2A move from any of the blue states that come up with all these stupid/feel good gun laws...maybe that would wake up the populations of those states.

    Most liberals are too stupid to understand such simple logic.
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    It is in the best interest of the firearm industry participants to move their business operations to firearm friendly States. Why would you support a State that is constantly trying to trample on your products and customers??? Just never made any sense to me at all, and I'm no Philadelphia lawyer.
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    This makes no sense on the face of it. Only a politician could screw this up, its like they do not have any reasoning abilities at all. So the gun company moves to SC. What is the impact on New York? well firstly there's the company taxes, and the payroll taxes. Then there's the delivery folks, gas, utilities, local suppliers, employees buying stuff on the way home, etc etc. This is big bucks! The economics just don't add up. South Carolina must be absolutely giddy over this, all they have to do is offer a few incentives and New York will do the rest.

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    Welcome to the South.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parallax View Post
    What is the impact on New York? well firstly there's the company taxes, and the payroll taxes. Then there's the delivery folks, gas, utilities, local suppliers, employees buying stuff on the way home, etc etc. This is big bucks!
    Tax the soda, tax the fat. Just kidding...but you know that's their response.

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