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Gun Manufacturers Flee South Amid Blue Lawfare

Remington Firearms, the oldest gun manufacturer in America, announced it intends to move its headquarters from New York to Georgia on Monday, citing the progressive state’s hostility to the Second Amendment.

Remington intends to invest more than $100 million in Georgia’s economy through hiring at its new headquarters, which will be located in La Grange, Georgia. The company anticipates hiring more than 800 people.

Remington is one of several legacy gun companies to move from Democrat-dominated states to red states, following Smith & Wesson, which moved from Massachusetts to Tennessee earlier this year.

“We are very excited to come to Georgia, a state that not only welcomes business but enthusiastically supports and welcomes companies in the firearms industry,” said Remington CEO Ken D’Arcy in a statement regarding the move. Read more…

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