Beretta announces the move to Tennessee

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    FUNNY, there are far worse states than Maryland in terms of gun owner's rites. For example, if 50% of the Manufacturers/Distributors moved out of NY and IL... then we're talking.

    BTW, nice move Beretta. I still don't own one of your guns but still a good move.
     

    breakingcontact

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    FUNNY, there are far worse states than Maryland in terms of gun owner's rites. For example, if 50% of the Manufacturers/Distributors moved out of NY and IL... then we're talking.

    BTW, nice move Beretta. I still don't own one of your guns but still a good move.

    I agree and hope we see lots more liberty loving companies move to where they are welcomed and the customers and employees have a full set of rights.

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    shortround

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    Beretta says it is only an "expansion" plant. Research and Development. Sounds like a good "cover story" to eventually move all of Maryland production to Tennessee.

    I don't know how Rick Perry missed that one.
     
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