CT is losing a gun company from what I have heard yesterday.
While I welcome the business to Pa., what do we know about the son of Moon? btw, I’ve never heard of Kahr. I guess I’m getting older. Smith & Wesson, Colt, Winchester and my favorite, Henry. So many newer players I can’t keep up.
Great news. I would love to work for a gun company.
If you love what Robert Mugabe did for South Africa ,You will love what these idiots in govt. are doing for Businesses in this country.
We are allowing Feckless Fools to direct and ruin our Lives.
I live in New York. Good. I hope this state implodes.
Is PA really safe ground? It is a pretty liberal state.
How many of the current employees will be able to relocate? That will affect the number of jobs at the new location. It will also create an opportunity for Realtors at both ends with home rental, sale and purchase needs.
It will be tough on some of the employees who can not move for one reason or another.
Don’t they own the right to the Thompson semi-auto “machine” gun?
Great news for Blooming Grove Township and great to get the misguided project of the 620 acre business park finally sold. The history of the completely empty business park goes back nearly two decades!
Now just watch the second home folks and environmentalists freak out at the notion of ANY development. Far better to keep the thing endlessly off the tax rolls and tax payers endlessly paying for it (sarc).
For what it’s worth, I work in the industry, have owned several Kahr pistols, and am personally acquainted with Justin Moon.
Kahr has prospered with the concealed carry revolution, and makes high-quality compact pistols. I imagine they sell pretty much every one they make, and they seem to have prospered enough to acquire rights to the Thompson machine gun, as well as Magnum Research.
I have chatted with Moon occasionally over the years, and after an extended conversation with him in person earlier this year, it’s clear to me that he is the real deal on gun rights, understanding this nation’s liberties, and would fit in just fine as a Freeper.
I salute companies that vote with their feet and their pocketbooks. You know that it’s a powerful motivation, given the cost and headaches with moving a large manufacturing operation.
I also suspect that company is being a savvy investor in some desirable distressed real estate.
Kahr Arms bailing on New York and Massachusetts
June 20, 2013
Dont look for Kahr pistols to say Worcester, MA for much longer
Kahr Arms bids farewell to anti-gun slave states New York and Massachusetts