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If you've ever driven across Texas, you know how different one area of the state can be from another. Take El Paso. It looks as much like Dallas as I look like Jack Nicklaus.
The liberal states will take notice, but it will be too late for them...I hope it cuts into their allowances.
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Head 'em up! Move 'em out.
Get firearms related manufacturing in the "Free States!"
Politicians, take note of Colorado 9/10/2013."You are elected to service, not power.
Your job is to "serve us" not to lord power over us."
Good on ya'll.
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What does Montana have to do to bring a company or two here?
"Gun Free Zones" is where only criminals carry guns.
Companies that vote with their feet, their wallets, and their conscience.... good for them, and good for us!
Hopefully the rest of the companies that manufacture guns and gun accessories in Ct. do the same.
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I hope the manufacturers stay in various states. I think if they all go to not a few states that it will be easier to pass gun control in the other states and leaves Te citizens without the finances to fight
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Great for Texas. Is the company moving from another state or is this new/expanded manufacturing? It was not clear in the article. It sounds like they are an Oregon company, but then the article starts talking about Connecticut.
I just read that ARFCOM is moving to Texas. Guess I haven't been on their site in a while.
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This is great news, I lived in Texas (Austin) for 7 years, and loved it. Moved to Seattle for work but plan to move back to Texas in 3 to 4 more years.. Glad to hear there will be a few firearms manufacturers there when I arrive!!