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email to: info@remington.com

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Now that the NY Senate has voted to pass its most restrictive gun ban in the US, certainly to pass in the NY House tomorrow, isn't it time to close up the New York plant and museum?

Pennsylvania, the state just next door, has the opposite tack on firearms than New York. Governor Corbett is an NRA member and the state is covered by its own Uniform Firearms Act which sets PA apart from most other states with a flat set of rules and is known as being the most liberal gun law states in the US.

Pennsylvania needs and would like firearms manufacturing jobs; jobs that New York clearly demonstrated today that it no longer wants. Since the NY plant is sitting in a hostile environment, wouldn't it be better to move the plant's operations to PA to a more friendly environment?
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#2
I like this, and I will be sending an email, with attached resume.
This will be the best security for maintaining our liberties. A nation of well-informed men who have been taught to know and prize the rights which God has given them cannot be enslaved. It is in the religion of ignorance that tyranny begins. -Ben Franklin
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#3
I've been trying to get my IT career started. I would love to work for a firearm manufacture!

I would love for Remington to open a plant in PA.
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#4
I'm a corporate investigator, but every big company needs people like me to make sure company policy is not being violated, and that people are not breaking the law at work (ex. stealing firearms, mags, parts, etc., filing false worker's comp claims, etc.).

I'd also like to add what pisses me off more than anything is how a lot of firearms companies are located in anti-2A states and pay taxes to these state and local governments. Dodgy
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#5
Come on people... Remington tried to threaten Cuomo way back in March and it was over microstamping.


Let's do this for REAL... send that email address to to every PA gun owner you know. We need to get Pennsylvania on the brain of Remington execs. They can truck over much of their plant equipment and there's at least 8 different PA cities where they can find enough room to restart their manufacturing floor. There's the old Tastytake plant in Philadelphia that's bigger than their facility near Utica with enough floor space to do it, and there is also the former IRS Center in Northeast Philadelphia which is way larger. For all the industrial mega-size buildings that have been imploded across PA over the years we still have a big big inventory of lots of very large sized facilities still sitting around and a state government that's willing to KOZ* the property to exempt it from state taxes. And there's similar property all over SEPA and NEPA with better access to rail links to the shipping companies where they get raw material from their suppliers.

*Keystone Opportunity Zone
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ArcticSplash;67225 Wrote:Come on people... Remington tried to threaten Cuomo way back in March and it was over microstamping.

Copy and paste an email format onto here and I'll email them too. Deal? Big Grin
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ArcticSplash;67225 Wrote:Come on people... Remington tried to threaten Cuomo way back in March and it was over microstamping.


Let's do this for REAL... send that email address to to every PA gun owner you know. We need to get Pennsylvania on the brain of Remington execs. They can truck over much of their plant equipment and there's at least 8 different PA cities where they can find enough room to restart their manufacturing floor. There's the old Tastytake plant in Philadelphia that's bigger than their facility near Utica with enough floor space to do it, and there is also the former IRS Center in Northeast Philadelphia which is way larger. For all the industrial mega-size buildings that have been imploded across PA over the years we still have a big big inventory of lots of very large sized facilities still sitting around and a state government that's willing to KOZ* the property to exempt it from state taxes. And there's similar property all over SEPA and NEPA with better access to rail links to the shipping companies where they get raw material from their suppliers.

*Keystone Opportunity Zone

Within less than an hour from me, we have tons of closed down factories. There are places all across the state that would welcome them, the taxes, and the jobs.
This will be the best security for maintaining our liberties. A nation of well-informed men who have been taught to know and prize the rights which God has given them cannot be enslaved. It is in the religion of ignorance that tyranny begins. -Ben Franklin
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Philadelphia Patriot;67229 Wrote:
ArcticSplash;67225 Wrote:Come on people... Remington tried to threaten Cuomo way back in March and it was over microstamping.

Copy and paste an email format onto here and I'll email them too. Deal? Big Grin

Just take that part in my first post below the first line. That was the email I sent.

If we can get one of the major manufacturers to relocate to PA maybe that will be the first domino that gets the rest of them here.

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#9
Sent my email.

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#10
Bump - pls help get more emails/letters over to Remington. Email follow gun supporters and ask them to help
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