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Treat a lady like a whore, you shouldn’t be surprised when she slaps you

Gun makers are finally saying enough is enough.  For years, gun companies have remained in the gun control heavy states that they were founded in, or they continued to deal with states that chip away at the freedom of the 2nd Amendment .

As the title goes, a number of gun makers have said enough is enough and have either moved their operations or have basically boycotted selling their wares to certain states.

Of course, this hurts gun owners and workers most, but maybe if the people get upset enough and see that jobs are hightailing out of their state they MIGHT take an interest in who is on the ballot in November.

On the 22nd of January, Smith and Wesson joined Ruger in declaring that they will no longer sell their weapons to California based directly on the folly of gun controllers who think that microstamping is in anyway effective.

The pointless requirement demands that all firearms sold in the state have a microstamp on the firing pin so that the spent casing will have an ID marker.  Now, some gun control numbskull in Sacramento probably thinks this is a GREAT idea.  He or she probably never held a gun before in their life and have no idea on how one works.

Funny thing about the firing pin…it can be replaced…EASILY.  Or better yet, since criminals all ready scratch off the serial numbers to their guns they might as well just sand off the microstamp.

That’s assuming that the microstamp process was at all feasible in the first place.  It’s not.  It doesn’t really work and given anyone who shoots it more than a couple of times the stamp will eventually grind away on its own.

All this “gun control” for only about $200 more dollars per gun; according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation.

Ignore for a moment the intrinsic nature of such a program leading to a gun registry, why would ANY gun company heed to California’s demands when the cost is prohibitive and the overhaul of the manufacturing process ludicrous?

For S&W and Ruger the answer is they won’t.

Good for them, I  doubt they will be the only ones.  State Houses need to realize that companies are not going to just bend over and take it in the keister just because they happen to be a big state.  New York is losing thousands of jobs because of the Safe Act.  Andrew Cuomo is realizing that the Empire State is not the be all end all when it comes to business.  Heck, with the tax structure the way it is I’m surprised any company stays there.

But I digress.

The more states treat their businesses like harlots who they demean in public, force into compromising positions and expect them to say thanks, the more companies will be fleeing said states.

If Californians and New Yorkers don’t want to wake up one day and realize that their government has created a statewide gun ban by forcing gun companies to abandon the state completely, they better wise up and take a page out of Colorado’s play book.  If politicians go against the Constitution they go against the people.

Come on people, you deserve better.

 

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  • Barry Hirsh

    Additionally, they should take the “Barrett” step and refuse to sell any guns not on the “approved” list to any state, county or local agency.

    Sauce for the goose…..

  • White Bear

    What’s bad for California may be good for the states that remain free in America. Many gun models from Ruger and Smith & Wesson have been nearly impossible to get because of the widespread demand. They won’t have any trouble selling their products in the free states and I don’t think they’ll lose a dime. I feel bad for the good people in California, but after all it’s your state and only you can change what’s happening in your government there.

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