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End of OFMB?

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Unread 05-20-2013, 12:23 PM
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Re: End of OFMB?

It was Mt. Senators Baucus and Tester
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    Re: End of OFMB?

    If enactted (I doubt nothing with this current crop of non legislative legislators), that would serve to drive up the prices of components and Interestingly, I just read on a vendoir's website that Winchester was enacting a 17% across the board price increase.

    Isn't Winchester a wholly owned subsidary of Olin?

    So, you increase pricing to where it becomes too expensive to load your firearm. I suspect all other manufacturers will follow suit.

    Profits for all and piss on the consumer.

    Of course IMO, Winchester is junk in the first place.
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