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MINE TOO. NOW if we could get S&W , Ruger, etc to do the same.

yours, sw
 

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Ronnie Barrett did this a few years back. I think California was one of the states he refused to do business with.
 

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Ronnie Barrett did this a few years back. I think California was one of the states he refused to do business with.
You are correct, sir. I also came across an article which reported that Magpul will move from Colorado should that state inact laws which bar them from selling their products to the citizens of Colorado.

I'll try to find it and post a link.
 

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Ronnie Barrett did this a few years back. I think California was one of the states he refused to do business with.
I have always wanted to know just why law enforcement needs a. 50 BMG sniper rifle. They could buy several 700P with scopes for the cost of one Barrett.
 

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I have always wanted to know just why law enforcement needs a. 50 BMG sniper rifle. They could buy several 700P with scopes for the cost of one Barrett.
The Cool factor... cops like "toys" too.
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GAINING MOMENTUM: NOW 44 GUN COMPANIES HAVE STOPPED SELLING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT IN ANTI-2ND AMENDMENT STATES

The list of companies that have stopped selling firearms and ammunition to law enforcement agencies in states that are restricting the Second Amendment has more than doubled since Wednesday and is more than five times larger than just one week ago. There are 44 companies on our list, with more being added as we receive notification. Here are the additions since Wednesday:

Barrett Firearms
Exile Machine
Tier One Arms
Bravo Company USA
Primary Weapons Systems

The rest of the story...
 

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gaining momentum: Now 44 gun companies have stopped selling to law enforcement in anti-2nd amendment states

the list of companies that have stopped selling firearms and ammunition to law enforcement agencies in states that are restricting the second amendment has more than doubled since wednesday and is more than five times larger than just one week ago. There are 44 companies on our list, with more being added as we receive notification. Here are the additions since wednesday:

Barrett firearms
exile machine
tier one arms
bravo company usa
primary weapons systems

the rest of the story...
Way to go!!! :D :D :D
 

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MagPul 30s are selling for $40 limit 3 here in FL.
Replacement stock is NOT arriving daily.
.22LR is non-existant on store shelves, as is .223 and .308 and military variants.
I will avoid NY and CO companies as much as possible.
Geoff
Who will consider all his purchases with care.
 

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MagPul 30s are selling for $40 limit 3 here in FL.
Replacement stock is NOT arriving daily.
.22LR is non-existant on store shelves, as is .223 and .308 and military variants.
I will avoid NY and CO companies as much as possible.
Geoff
Who will consider all his purchases with care.
I paid a little under $14.00 apiece for mine before this madness started. Glad I stocked up when I did.

Ammo is still stretched pretty thin here too, Geoff. No bricks of .22's, some 50 round boxes, but limited to one a customer. Same with ANY "military" type caliber. You may be able to find a box or two here or there, but you have to look hard.
 

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Make 'em count!
 

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Reading that list of companies who won't do business with certain states, I see several where that decision could cost major bucks. I kinda doubt a lot of the others will notice much of an impact. In those cases, while it's a nice gesture, it's also kinda meaningless.
 
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