A gun manufacturer, which has had a presence in New England since the Revolutionary War, has uprooted its operations from Connecticut and relocated in South Carolina. The libtards that infest that state have outlawed the product line of PTR Industries. Other manufacturers in that region are looking for a refuge as well, most likely south of the Mason-Dixon Line.
BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) — Less than a week after Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed gun restrictions into law in April, gun manufacturer PTR Industries said it intended to leave the state to avoid the damage it expected to be inflicted on its business
On Wednesday, the rifle manufacturer kept its promise, announcing it will move to Aynor, S.C.
“One hundred percent of our product line is now illegal in Connecticut due to that law,” said John McNamara, the company’s vice president for sales.
He offered few details of the relocation, saying that a formal announcement and ribbon-cutting are scheduled for Monday at the new site. Most of the company’s 41 workers will relocate and the labor force is expected to expand to 100 within a year, McNamara said.
“It will be as fast a transition as we can without interrupting production,” he said
What happened to New England? Whatever happened to the spirit of the freedom loving revolutionaries of our founding? Maybe they should be renamed, the New Bolsheviks. That’s the revolutionaries they resemble the most.
H/T: I Own the WorldSource: http://charlotte.cbslocal.com/2013/06/20/gun-manufacturer-moving-to-sc-due-to-conn-gun-control-laws/#comments