Looking at this company's financials...I'm sorry, I just don't see it, to put it mildly. And do any of these people actually have experience in the firearms industry? I haven't checked, but I have my doubts.
In a sharply worded memo to its employees, Remington Outdoor Company refuted claims that it was being purchased by a digital technology company, calling the move a "publicity stunt."
"A small, unknown investment entity publicly announced its desire to acquire the Remington Outdoor Company," says the memo, which was written by company CEO George Kollitides and obtained by Grand View Outdoors. "If this wasn't disruptive to our employees and customers, we would not acknowledge the news and recognize it for what it is: a publicity stunt from an agenda-driven group with no credible financing options."
- See more at: www.grandviewoutdoors.com...
Fortunately it's an offer to buy not a done deal.
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I did read... Please review my previous post... In all of it's erudite grandness...
As for the title, it is your thread, I'll only edit a with a specific request, this isn't a multiple choice exercise...
You're a "super mod" go back and edit the title for me.
I was thinking the same thing. The government can't balance a check book let alone manage an industry. Besides, what about the 300,000,000 unregistered firearms in gun cabinets across America today? Do these dolts think those guns are going to disappear? Do they think we're all going to march down and have our guns retrofitted? Bahahahahah!
If a war on firearms works for the govt as well as the war on drugs, we will be swimming in cheap, high quality weapons before you know it...
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