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It's a crying shame any company in america would have to put up with this type of treatment. I bet you the majority of the people giving them the cold shoulder don't have a clue how much revenue that company is bringing into their city and state. If they do end up moving I guarantee you they will discover the loss of revenue.
 

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I'd like to take this opportunity to invite Colt to The Gunshine State of Florida. In fact, they can come to my home town!:D
HA!..... Too late,

I already invited Colt and Magpul to come to Ky.

I will be contacting a few others, like Ruger to do the same.

Ky will treat them right. (Not left ;)


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I really hope they don't leave. For years the firearms industry has played a major role in the fabric of Connecticut and I hate seeing that threatened. Not to mention that the economy up here is already crap.
Sorry, I don't share your sentiments at all. Any state that craps on the industrial hands that feed them, deserve what they get. Colt would be more than welcome in gun-friendly states such as Oklahoma and Texas.
 

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Sorry, I don't share your sentiments at all. Any state that craps on the industrial hands that feed them, deserve what they get. Colt would be more than welcome in gun-friendly states such as Oklahoma and Texas.
I know where you are coming from, but the way I look at it is, it's the politicians doing the crapping and we (CT resident, gun owner, small business owner, FFL) who would be getting what we don't deserve. And yes, before you say it, we elected the politicians - it will be interesting to see how that changes in the next cycle of elections.
 
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