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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-13-2010, 09:33 PM
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i wouldnt say that arent selling well. Its more like S&W bought them out, gutted the tooling equipment and rifle barrels for their own guns and then are basically going to toss out the left overs. S&W doesnt depend on muzzleloaders for making a buck.
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Smith & Wesson Moving Out Of NH - Project Economy News Story - WMUR Manchester

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Well it's not good news for those loosing their jobs. The local economy will take a big hit as well as the families. However, I don't see where the TC products won't continue at the new location or am I missing something? They even want to relocate some of the experienced TC staff to help. The plant I work at has been sold 3 times and maybe a 4th, and we continue to produce quality products so a name change isn't always a doom & gloom thing. Lets see what the near term provides. I hope TC continues their line of firearms maintaining the high quality we have come to associate them with.
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