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
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.
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!! :danceban:
Just hope the liberials don't follow. So many folks think they get tired of how hosed up their state is and move. Then they jump on whatever liberal band wagon that rolls by, turning their new state into their old state. I hate it when I hear someone say "when I was in (fill in with liberal state) we did it this way". I always ask "how much longer you stayin here".
I am soooooooooooooooooooooo tempted to make the move. My company has offices in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and other than actually moving the house and family, and of course community ties, there is nothing stopping me.
Nebraska is not bad in terms of conservatism, but IMO the government is too afraid to take bold steps when necessary. They always wait for other states to make the move, then watch for a while. IMO, with this administration especially, waiting and watching is a dangerous game.
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