Seattle and Portland have become a breeding ground for Antifa and the local and state leadership have done nothing to address the violence and intimidation techniques they use. This is long before the death of George Floyd.
You are referring to the violence and intimidation techniques used by the police, correct???Seattle and Portland have become a breeding ground for Antifa and the local and state leadership have done nothing to address the violence and intimidation techniques they use. This is long before the death of George Floyd.
Are you stating that Antifa doesn't exist in Seattle and Portland and/or Antifa does not use direct violence to achieve its objectives?You are referring to the violence and intimidation techniques used by the police, correct???
I live in Seattle. I have been to CHOP, son. If you want to talk reality, go ahead but it seems you are regurgitating FOXNews headlines.
More than just a breeding ground. The anti-American leftist mayors of Seattle and Portland are violating 18 U.S. Code § 2339 (Harboring/Concealing Terrorists) and 18 U.S. Code § 2384 (Seditious Conspiracy). Both should be arrested immediately.Seattle and Portland have become a breeding ground for Antifa and the local and state leadership have done nothing to address the violence and intimidation techniques they use. This is long before the death of George Floyd.
I'm not a huge Remington fan, and I only own a Remington 870 with a Magpul configuration.You have to ask why Remington can't trade in the black even during this supposed gun sales "spike"
Apparently this is the 2nd time since 2018 they've filed for bankruptcy, so I guess their products are not as well received as they once were ?
This is a great approach: it teaches young people how to safely handle and operate a firearm, it teaches them to respect firearms, it's fun and it removes a level of curiosity that otherwise leads to exploring themselves and often producing negative outcomes.I take the time to teach the young folks marksmanship skills. I’ve educated quite a few.
I still use a Remington 570 with a 28" barrel and a modified choke that I bought in 1986. It is my primary firearm for ptarmigan and spruce grouse. It has been a solid firearm for the last 34 years, even though it does not get used as often as some of my other firearms. I have no complaints, and if I was considering a replacement I would consider getting another Remington. I replaced my Mossberg 500 in 2018 with an AR-12, but that was intended for another purpose besides birds.I'm not a huge Remington fan, and I only own a Remington 870 with a Magpul configuration.
IN all fairness remington did themselves in, between them and freedom arms their quality has gone to garbage, my one hope is another gun maker buys them and restors them back to the quality they used to be known for.A sad day indeed.
Another US manufacturer going under.
Kinda sad some feel joy in that.
MUch of it has to do with poor quality, a remington or marlin from the 80's is going for a premium now because they were top quality, while your average new 30-30 marlin or 700 remington may have many issues or half not working new, remington was well known for quality in the past, but they can not charge name brand prices and deliver high point quality.Despite the political aspect to all this, the harsh truth is Remington cannot compete against others in this space. They have too much debt and not enough means to increase revenue despite market conditions.
several reasons.Whether it is real or imagined, Remington has developed a reputation as a crappy quality manufacturer.
people who want to trample constitutional rights and ban guns are a good reason why arms manufacturers should exist. If you want to be free, you should be well armed.It is sad companies like these are allowed to exist. Profit based on human lives. Absolutely despicable.
their cheaper gun club shells reload almost as well as the more expensive Winchester AAs their top of the line shells last the longest for reloading. (and this comes from someone who was sponsored by Winchester when I was on various skeet teams)Some of my favorite shotguns and rifles. I always like their STS and Gun Club loads when I was into trapshooting. Both hulls reloaded the same too.
my son is 22, is a grandmaster level steel shooter and twice finished in the top quarter of the US Nationals International style Trap Championships. He has tons of friends that constantly bug him to take them shooting. I see lots of 20 somethings shooting steel at the three clubs I compete atIf you say so, but I know a lot of young gun owners.
I was a federal prosecutor for 24 years. Property damage is a type of crime. So is tax evasion, credit card fraud, arson, ponzi schemes, mail fraud, wire fraud etc. In fact most crimes are some sort of property crime
Shame about all of that Uranium contamination of Navajo land, and the human experimentation, ongoing health hazards, etc. I wonder if that put a damper on their patriotism at all...Good for them, one of my favorite American Indian tribes. Patriotic and just a great people.