Companies boycotting anti-gun NY

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Re: Companies boycotting anti-gun NY

Post by Netpackrat » Thu Feb 21, 2013 3:00 am

Ronnie Barrett is still da man.
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Re: Companies boycotting anti-gun NY

Post by workinwifdakids » Thu Feb 21, 2013 4:06 am

308Mike wrote:Sticky applied. Just remember it'll only show up at the top when this category is selected, not on the "View active topics" list.
Thank you, Mike!
Netpackrat wrote:Ronnie Barrett is still da man.
Absolutely! I don't speak for Colorado and New York, but I know that I and so many others were overjoyed when Mr. Barrett made his announcement about California. We really felt like someone got it, that someone was finally sticking up for us. I can't wait to see who else joins up!
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Re: Companies boycotting anti-gun NY

Post by Rod » Thu Feb 21, 2013 4:17 am

Gonna be fun if the ammo companies start chiming in. I'd hope all of the companies would say they're stopping all sales to ALL law enforcement, including the feds. And they excluded the military from the boycott.
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Re: Companies boycotting anti-gun NY

Post by mekender » Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:34 pm

3 more added!!!
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Re: Companies boycotting anti-gun NY

Post by Cybrludite » Fri Feb 22, 2013 3:23 pm

Stoner Arms as well.
Stoner Arms is a small business that believes in capitalism, the Bill Of Rights and is of the belief that without the Second Amendment, none of the other amendments are possible.

In light of the recent and numerous anti-gun and anti-2nd Amendment laws pending across the Nation, Stoner Arms will be joining other firearms manufacturers and distributors and limiting the business conducted in states that have passed laws limiting the right to keep and bear arms for their citizens.

Stoner Arms believes that there should not be any difference between the rights of citizens and the rights of government employees. Our policy will also help us to be sure we avoid the consequences of not conforming with the anti-firearm regulations in these various jurisdictions and exposing the company to litigation or criminal prosecution.

Stoner Arms does expect to lose some revenue by making this decision, however, it is essential to defend the US Constitution by making a statement about the importance of the Second Amendment in maintaining all our freedoms, not just the ones that many of these politicians do not agree with.

Stoner Arms will welcome the day when all law abiding citizens will be able to possess the most effective means and tools available for self-defense, regardless of where they live or for whom they work.
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Post by workinwifdakids » Sat Feb 23, 2013 6:21 am

CMMG is on! And HERE is a big fat list, too, that promises to keep updated.
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Re: Companies boycotting anti-gun NY

Post by Cybrludite » Sat Feb 23, 2013 6:22 am

Verification on Midwayusa.com. Seems this has been their policy.

https://twitter.com/MidwayUSA/status/305002597801156608
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Re: Companies boycotting anti-gun NY

Post by mekender » Sat Feb 23, 2013 9:14 pm

workinwifdakids wrote:CMMG is on! And HERE is a big fat list, too, that promises to keep updated.
I am pretty sure that site is run by the same people that run TTAG...
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Post by Rod » Mon Feb 25, 2013 2:51 pm

Seems Beretta is raising some Hell too. Moving out of Maryland is a possibility.
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Re: Companies boycotting anti-gun NY

Post by Denis » Mon Feb 25, 2013 3:26 pm

Beretta's counsel is my kind of lawyer:
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