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Old 07-10-2020, 04:31 PM   #31
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Tough to do business in NY. That's why I don't live there anymore.
I had an engineering job offer from Carrier 45 years ago.

I was not into firearms at that time, so would never have considered the NY state laws.

I am soooooo glad I went to Hughes in Kalifornia instead. But even had to leave that insane place for Arizona, Where Free Men Live!
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Old 07-25-2020, 10:28 AM   #32
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Navajo deal fell through.

I was skimming an email from CDNN. There have been Bushmaster and DPMS AR parts frequently listed by CDNN and others for a while since Remington dropped the brands in the face of unjust lawsuits. But the CDNN email caught my eye with Remington branded parts listed. That prompted me to check for recent news about the Navajo sale.

Within the last day or so, the news was out that the Navajo bid fell through.

Honestly, I'm glad. Remington has had a lot of problems and I wanted the company to succeed as a brand and to grow into a big employer here in Huntsville.
But with the anti-gun rights plan that the Navajo had for the brand, I would prefer to see the great American brand fade into history.

The Navajo would have moved the entire operations onto a reservation and we would have lost the jobs anyway.

But I'm keeping my fingers crossed that a good solution is found.
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