You're right... the question is, does Cooper Arms support such a candidate?
As long as Dan Cooper owns 51% of the stock no one or Board of directors can make him step down or lease controll of the company at 51% he can fired the othe stock holders but not the other way around.
MontanaRifleman, you apear rather naive about this issue
range it,check the wind, dial in correction, aim and only one shot
Thanks JWP, I am sick of these people, who own guns, supporting candidates who want to take are guns away! Anyhow, lets keep these posts going so everyone sees what Dan Cooper did. Your right too, as long as he owns 51% of the company, he will continue to make money.
I am in sort of a bittersweet situation with cooper right now. I bought a phoenix 25-06 this past summer and didn't get a chance to shoot it until after I heard about the owner's support for obama. I would have never even considered buying one had I known that...having said that the gun shot .5" groups at 200 yards over a 1.5 grain increment the other day. I wouldn't buy another one but this one sure does shoot.
This has been big local news lately, cover story the other day. One interesting fact I picked up on were that there are 80 million gun owners and only 4 million NRA members in the US.
I for one feel somewhat marginalized by being lumped in with those 4 million when I in fact am in the 80 million. From what I can see, Obama isn't going to take away our rights to own firearms and it doesn't seem like the sky is falling. We will see what happens but I don't think it will be as bad as some would have us believe. We weathered Clinton and all probably owned guns right on through that period.
In the meantime I would be happy to give you a fair price for those unwanted Cooper Arms rifles as I would like to have a fine locally made weapon that I probably couldn't otherwise afford but since you say the resale value is so low.... PM me what you got.