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Smith & Wesson Brands Incorporated of Springfield, Massachusetts, will very soon no longer be “of Massachusetts”. The gun maker has been in Springfield since 1852. However, their corporate headquarters will be relocating this year and taking 750 jobs with them.
During our Duracoat Finished Firearm of the Week segment, Professor Paul discusses the history of the Rhodesian “baby poop” camouflage pattern. He had a gun to show off and advice as to how you can do your own Rhodie camo job with Duracoat.
We are being censored and suppressed by big tech on socialist media. What can we do to fight back? Paul and Zach will discuss the Alternative Mass Media Convention and why it is such an important event.
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• [0:01:52] Ammcon Going on this weekend https://ammcon.org
– AMMcon FB Group, where you can see Jarrad’s Speech: www.facebook.com/AMM-Con
• [0:14:45] New Month / New Giveaway: SDS Duo-Sys 12 gauge Shotgun www.sdsimports.com
• [0:17:08] DuraCoat Finished Firearms – DuraCoat University
– TOPIC: Rhodesian Camo Pattern
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• [0:34:26] Smith & Wesson to move headquarters to Tennessee over Massachusetts’ proposed gun legislation www.foxbusiness.com
– Q: What was the name of the Green Color used on that Rhodesian gun? – Martin
– A: Spetsnaz Yellow
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Gun maker Smith & Wesson Brands Inc. will relocate its headquarters to Tennessee next year due to proposed firearms legislation in its home state of Massachusetts.
The legislation, if enacted, would prevent Smith & Wesson from manufacturing products that accounted for more than 60% of its revenue last year.
“These bills would prevent Smith & Wesson from manufacturing firearms that are legal in almost every state in America and that are safely used by tens of millions of law-abiding citizens every day exercising their Constitutional 2nd Amendment rights,” Smith & Wesson CEO Mark Smith said in a statement.
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