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Discussion in 'Gun-Control Issues' started by 21GlockStreet, Feb 25, 2013.
This is good!!!!
Ok. I read the release form Beretta and did not see where they threatened to leave MD. Did I miss it?
Not quite "if it passes, we're gone", but this does hint at the possibility:
You need to read between the lines. While veiled, I believe it is a threat none the less. I hope they follow through if Maryland doesn't back off. They would be welcome here in Texas!
$$$ are louder than rights.
I seem to remember Baretta coming out about some other gun related "grab" not to very long ago. Good for Beretta! We could use their manufacturing facility in Louisiana. In face I'm sure our "gun friendly" governor, Bobby Jindal would welcome with open-arms any firearms related business wanting to relocate here. Come-on-down the South wants you.
I love that
They moved a warehouse from MD to VA in the 90's...if I remember correctly something to do with magazine capacity.
Why is Kimber still in Yonkers?
Why is anyone in NY period? Stupidity?
the gospel according to Jerry.
how right he is.
We are witnessing the splitting of a nation. These are historic times.
Will you become a sheeple?
because until gun makers do what they say, the commie states wont listen to them.
gunmaker says im gonna move if...bla bla bla......
commie state says nothing out loud but thinks "yeah, right..."
I bought two new Berettas a few days ago, a PX4 9mm and a 45ACP. Beretta is my second favorite pistol manufacturer, besides Glock of course.
I shoot a 1911 best so I carry a Kimber. I also competed with Kimbers. When Kimber went to the II series adding an unnecessary firing-pin safety to solve a non-existent problem to appease the MORONS I refused to purchase another. The II series was added for Comyforna sales and integrated into the entire line. I don't want a politically correct firearm, I want one that is simple and works. Kimber chose their side a long time ago as far as I'm concerned.