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Old 08-29-2012, 09:02 PM   #11
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Iím missing something.
Is the proposed state regulation to require all guns MADE in NY to have microstamping, or all guns SOLD in NY to have microstamping?
The former means guns NOT made in NY and without the microstamping would be okay to buy.
The latter means Remington could save themselves the tooling, and moving, expen$e by just not selling NY their guns.
but why would you want to keep your business in a state that you dont sell product to?
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but why would you want to keep your business in a state that you dont sell product to?
Because the factory and real estate had already been paid off ages ago and the work force is already trained and experienced. How long would it take to reach the break even point be on a new facility with mostly new people. I'm not saying it wouldn't be worthwhile, I'm just saying that's why one might want to keep the manufacturing where it is.
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