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Old 01-03-2014, 12:27 PM   #1
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Magpul is moving to Wyoming and Texas due to Colorado's abusive gun control laws. Here is a link:
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/jan/2/colorado-gun-firm-magpul-relocating-to-texas/
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Old 01-03-2014, 12:35 PM   #2
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We changed our travel plans last summer and went to Utah instead of Colorado. It was not much of an impact but if more people boycotted CO it would help send a message.
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i do believe i may have to support them by trying out some of their products in the future. good to hear this. one company taking a stand against unjust gun laws.
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Glad to hear it, I'm a big fan of Magpul products. Glad I get to continue business with them.
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We changed our travel plans last summer and went to Utah instead of Colorado. It was not much of an impact but if more people boycotted CO it would help send a message.
Highly unlikely.We have a new tourist attraction now and it's called legalized weed.Since the law went into effect on New Years Day,people have been flocking here from all over to buy weed and get high.I don't smoke the stuff so I couldn't care less,but it is giving us the stoner state reputation.Hopefully gun owners here remember it is still Federally illegal and by ATF rules is still "unlawful use" even though it's legal in Colorado.
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i do believe i may have to support them by trying out some of their products in the future. good to hear this. one company taking a stand against unjust gun laws.
great news is they make good products as well!

i just ordered some new pmags, didn't really NEED them.....

glad to see em move to the republic of TEXAS!
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We changed our travel plans last summer and went to Utah instead of Colorado. It was not much of an impact but if more people boycotted CO it would help send a message.
just curious, but did you contact anyone in colorado to let them know?
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