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Magpul update... not bluffing!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by CoRoMo, Feb 18, 2013.

  1. 76shuvlinoff

    76shuvlinoff Well-Known Member

    Not that I "need" any more 30 rounders but I have decided to gain a few more now.
  2. matrem

    matrem Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the link CoRoMo
    I put an order out (not Brownells) Monday the 17th & it's apparently somewhere near outer space.

    I think everybody in Cleveland voted at least twice.
  3. callenlee

    callenlee Well-Known Member

    What he said
  4. Torian

    Torian Well-Known Member

    Just put in an order. I've had a backorder for almost 2 months with US Cav. Not optimistic.
  5. browneu

    browneu Well-Known Member

    Don't remind me. Stupid Cleveland democrats voting more than once.

    Sent from my SGH-T999 using Tapatalk 2
  6. buckeye8

    buckeye8 Well-Known Member

    Ohio's state-level politics are dominated by Republicans (State Congress, conservative Governor). As for how Democrats have found success here in National elections... I'll leave that to your imagination.

    Magpul would be pretty safe in Ohio. We have spent the better part of the last decade writing pro-gun law after pro-gun law, and recent events have not changed that trend.

    The thing that hurts Ohio is our reputation as a 'union' state, which was certainly true 40 years ago, but like everywhere else, unionism has died a slow death here in the Buckeye state. Magpul would not have to worry about fighting union power here, because outside of the U.A.W., there is no union power to speak of.
  7. USAF_Vet

    USAF_Vet Well-Known Member

    Michigan is my hope. We just dealt a serious blow to unionized thug labor with the recent passage of Right to Work laws, and aside from stupid pistol laws, we're a pretty gun friendly state.

    We sure could use the jobs and the economic boost.

    The place I work in the GR area does a lot of plastics work. Could be an opportunity for a nice joint venture.
  8. Seventhsword

    Seventhsword Well-Known Member

    They are coming to Texas!:neener:
  9. USAF_Vet

    USAF_Vet Well-Known Member

    Complete speculation. As of this moment, they aren't even leaving Colorado.
  10. SunnySlopes

    SunnySlopes Well-Known Member

    I lived there for awhile. I remember having to physically carry my handgun collection downtown (Flint) to let some bureaucrat put her fingerprints all over my mint Smith and Wessons and Colts, so that she could log the serial numbers. I didn't even have to do that when I moved to The People's Republic of California.
  11. Deaf Smith

    Deaf Smith Well-Known Member

    You know Rosa Parks didn't 'need' to sit at the front of the bus, BUT IT WAS HER RIGHT. And so it is our right to own arms, same basic arms as the military and that includes 30 round magazines.

    And Magpul, Texas has it all. Just come on down where you are ready.

  12. USAF_Vet

    USAF_Vet Well-Known Member

    Must have been awhile ago since they did away with that more than a decade ago. :rolleyes:

    By the way, if you are going to quote me, please read the entire context.
  13. nwilliams

    nwilliams Well-Known Member

    Dear Magpul,

    We have plenty of space and freedom here in NM if you are interested! Also you don't need to move very far!;)
  14. Ms_Dragon

    Ms_Dragon Well-Known Member

    I thinks it's all very good an well to ask Magpul to come to your state but the costs of relocation would be prohibitive.
    They (Magpul) would need some sort of assurance that the state they they moved to was going to stay a pro 2A state or the move would be a pointless and expensive exercise.

    Here, my home state is very aggressive in courting and encouraging multi-nationals to set up shop.
    The sweeten the pot with reduced state taxes.
    They help pay for and build and upgrade infrastructure like rail sidings, roads, raise the dam walls to cope with the increased water usage, offer low interest loans to property developers so the workers have somewhere to live etc....

    All these things and a very pro business attitude helps bring these large employers to the state.
  15. Grunt

    Grunt Well-Known Member

    Nah, don't go to Texas. WAY too hot down there. Now Wyoming is close by to your friends and family behind enemy lines, I-25 and I-80 intersect right there at Cheyenne and way more gun friendly than Texas!:neener:
  16. wacki

    wacki Well-Known Member

    How many people work for Magpul?
  17. Zak Smith

    Zak Smith Moderator Staff Member

    They were reporting approx 200 directly and another approx 400 at the subcontractors.
  18. HorseSoldier

    HorseSoldier Well-Known Member

    Anniston has been trying to sell big chunks of the former Ft McClellan to assorted industries for quite some time now. I'm guessing the state would be more than happy to roll out a serious sweet heart deal to attract the business.
  19. Shanghai McCoy

    Shanghai McCoy Well-Known Member

    Kansas is just accross the border and there is plenty places to set up in Wichita or Topeka...
  20. Trung Si

    Trung Si Well-Known Member

    Me also!
    I fail to understand the Whiners in this Thread you want them to stand up for Your Rights, but you don't want them to move and stay here, just to be driven out later by an unfriendly State Government by taxation, regulation and general harassment like their Model California is doing to Gun related Companies?:banghead:
    Good for Them!
    God Bless Texas!

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