More gun companies leaving the liberal N E States

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More gun companies leaving the liberal N E States

Postby SteveReid » Tue Jul 22, 2014 11:30 pm

Major Gun Manufacturer Taking $45 Million Investment, 300 Jobs to Tennessee Over Fear of Gun Control http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/07 ... n-control/

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Re: More gun companies leaving the liberal N E States

Postby Whitebear » Wed Jul 23, 2014 12:13 am

Sure works fro me, just wish more of them would come to FL. Sadly our County Commissioners and City fathers here in South Brevard seem to think its not a desirable business to invite into the area. I guess stupid is as stupid does.
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Re: More gun companies leaving the liberal N E States

Postby Olf Art » Wed Jul 23, 2014 2:10 am

Whitebear wrote:Sure works fro me, just wish more of them would come to FL. Sadly our County Commissioners and City fathers here in South Brevard seem to think its not a desirable business to invite into the area. I guess stupid is as stupid does.

Amen, Bear ...... I would be interested to see what some of these 'elected officials' do see as desirable. Maybe a nice Wind Turbine
factory!! :banghead:
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Re: More gun companies leaving the liberal N E States

Postby akblackdawg » Wed Jul 23, 2014 2:49 am

i would expect the tax structure and paying less tax or perhaps lower wages would be more important to them moving then fear of anti gun laws. they could wait on that until something restrictive passed, then move, rather then second guess that may or may not pass. would not be good business decision. Bud
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Re: More gun companies leaving the liberal N E States

Postby Whitebear » Wed Jul 23, 2014 6:31 am

We lost Beretta and one other (I forget who) to Tennessee because we lacked the proper incentives for their relocation to here. While we almost give away incentives for Sports Flunkies and Wally Worlds. Yes its a period of Tax Abayance, and in some cases a Cash Incentive.

Beretta is moving to Gallaton, TN. The other one we lost is moving to TX.
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Re: More gun companies leaving the liberal N E States

Postby dougeey » Wed Jul 23, 2014 6:45 am

Remington is moveing to Alabama for New York and some ammo maker are talking about moveing her as well. Doug


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