Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Step Inside The Connecticut Gun Factory That Is Leaving The State In Protest.

Nice photo montage of production facility.


TimeHasCome said...

Good for PTR Industries . I have a PTR-91 sort of a funny story how I made the purchase . A young man just turned 18 and he wanted a PTR-91 . His father owned a software company and was well off . Standing just over 5 feet tall and 120 pounds he took his new rifle to a boutique
pistol range in a upscale neighborhood. He squeezed off 20 308 rounds with no ear or eye protection. The owner and staff promptly through him out. There were two scuff marks ,one on his chin the other on the rifle as they both hit the sidewalk. I got the gun the next day. Gun and 7 magazines, carry case and 380 rounds for $900 true story.

Anonymous said...

Guys, I lived in CT from 1963 to 1990, I still have non-resident pistol permit, but in that time this state went from tolerable, to insanely liberal...Most of the men have estrogen problems and the women are just as bad the other way..I am glad I came to the South and got out of that dump, as they will soon be needing some kind of help feeding themselves.....

Anonymous said...

It's nice to see the human stories and faces behind the steel. And good luck on their move. It's a difficult and arduous task.

(If they do move at all. Too many other gun makers have started out saying "Yes", then "Maybe", then "Not")

B Woodman