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MAGPUL Announces Move From Colorado To Texas & Wyoming
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How's them new gun laws working out for you in Colorado! Undecided

http://www.magpul.com/move
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Don't forget Kahr is leaving New York and relocating to PA.
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Philadelphia Patriot;130327 Wrote:Don't forget Kahr is leaving New York and relocating to PA.

Yeah, someone posted about that a month or so ago.
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Me likee me Magpul stuffs!
tolerance for failure meter... LOW
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Quote:Magpul, which is a plaintiff in the lawsuit filed by 55 Colorado sheriffs against the state law limiting ammunition magazines to 15 rounds, plans to retain “limited operations” in Colorado. About 92 percent of its workforce will relocate outside Colorado within 12 to 16 months, according to a company release.“We made a commitment publicly that we would not abandon the law-abiding gun owners in our own state, and we want to honor that,” said Duane Liptak, Magpul director of product management and marketing.


So they aren't actually leaving Colorado - just "mostly leaving".


Can someone explain what it is that they will be doing for the "law abiding gun owners of Colorado" by staying there? I don't understand that part. Unless that's just a bullshit cover for some financial benefit to them retaining business status in Colorado.
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Its like saying heads I win tales you lose. Either that or he just simply misspoke.

Emptymag;130397 Wrote:
Quote:Magpul, which is a plaintiff in the lawsuit filed by 55 Colorado sheriffs against the state law limiting ammunition magazines to 15 rounds, plans to retain “limited operations” in Colorado. About 92 percent of its workforce will relocate outside Colorado within 12 to 16 months, according to a company release.“We made a commitment publicly that we would not abandon the law-abiding gun owners in our own state, and we want to honor that,” said Duane Liptak, Magpul director of product management and marketing.


So they aren't actually leaving Colorado - just "mostly leaving".


Can someone explain what it is that they will be doing for the "law abiding gun owners of Colorado" by staying there? I don't understand that part. Unless that's just a bullshit cover for some financial benefit to them retaining business status in Colorado.
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Emptymag;130397 Wrote:So they aren't actually leaving Colorado - just "mostly leaving".

Can someone explain what it is that they will be doing for the "law abiding gun owners of Colorado" by staying there? I don't understand that part. Unless that's just a bullshit cover for some financial benefit to them retaining business status in Colorado.

Since it is mentioned right after the bit about the lawsuit I would be willing to bet if they completely left the state the would have no standing to sue.
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