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Old 02-24-2013, 12:36   #21
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Originally Posted by Jet Mech View Post
There are a number of firearms manufacturers that have submitted letters to the states that are banning their citizens from owning certain guns. They are cancelling open orders and refusing to conduct business with state entities that don't allow their law abiding citizens to own the weapons they produce.
Why doesn't Glock do the same? The way I understand the New York Legislation is any magazine capable loading more than 7 rounds is banned from civilian ownership. That leave only the G-36 that a New York resident can lawfully own.
Glock should show it's true feelings for our constitution by adding their name to the list of manufacturers that refuse do do business with these states.
Barrett did it with California years ago.
We need help! Glock's statement would be one heard around the world!
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Old 02-24-2013, 13:00   #22
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I believe tha Glock is doing the same. The same as Colt, Remington, Springfield, Ruger, S&W, Kimber, Beretta, Sig Arms, etc...
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Old 02-25-2013, 00:37   #23
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The government will be a constant customer even after the citizenry is disarmed or conflict breaks out.
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