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Old 08-19-2013, 11:24 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by danf_fl

Customer supply and demand has a lot to do with influencing a manufacturer.

Refuse to purchase those firearms made or marketed in NY or IL.

(yep, that is Springfield Armory and Kimber included.)
Then you need to refuse stag, ruger, mosberg, I'm sure there are others but brain is not working. Lol
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Old 08-20-2013, 10:04 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by nitestalker View Post
Maybe, New York supported the British. They allowed the Patriot Army to freeze while they entertained the Red Coats. After all less than 7 % of Americans supported the Revolution. What has changed?
NS, NY isnt a blue state; actually, if you look at the true demographics, the only Blue in this state comes from the 3 largest population centers, 95% of the physical state is solidly conservative. Sadly, were all lumped in together when we get press but that couldnt be further from the truth.

Nyers have proudly made firearms for the world for centuries. Names like Remington and Ithaca have the blood and sweat of thousands of skilled and dedicated American craftsmen associated with their existence. You may not find lots of legal gun lovers in NYC but you cant toss a rock without hitting one in the rest of the state, (toss it carefully, we might shoot back and we dont toss rocks).

At the end of the day, were fighting tooth and nail to keep our rights and gain back the ones Andy stole from us a year ago.
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