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the gun industry says it has grown 158% since obama took office

by:QY Precision      2019-10-15
The firearms industry has published a report saying it has not only performed well, but has actually grown by 158% since 2008.
National Foundation for shooting (NSSF)
The firearms manufacturers trade association reports the overall economic impact of the US firearms and ammunition industryS.
Increased from $19.
It was $1 billion in 2008.
2015 3 billion.
The national social security fund also reported that in the same period, the total number
Time work related to gun manufacturing in the United StatesS.
From about 166,000 to nearly 288,000.
I \'ve noticed before that the growth in gun sales started long before President Barack Obama won the White House for the first time in 2008, but that politics did prompt many Americans to buy guns.
Now, Hillary Clinton believes the industry is politically incorrect enough to be attacked in her campaign speech.
Clinton said the US gun maker is \"the only company in the US that is completely protected from any liability.
They can sell guns to people they know they shouldn\'t, and they won\'t be sued.
There will be no consequences.
Hillary Clinton repeated this statement in CBS News\'s Face of the country, call gun manufacturers \"the only industry in our country that has such full authority to do whatever you want\" and don\'t be afraid of legal consequences.
Hillary Clinton refers to the law on the protection of legitimate commercial weapons (PLCAA)
, The legislation signed on 2005 to stop classes became law
The lawsuit began with the support of the Bill Clinton administration.
These proceedings attempt to hold gun manufacturers and dealers liable for civil liability for the conduct of the offender.
Lawsuits against gun manufacturers and sellers are similar to those against Bat in the United States.
Because someone used a bat in a crime.
The language of the PLCAA is actually so blunt that anyone who takes the time to browse it will not see it clearly and will not protect gun manufacturers who violate the law or make bad products.
Even political facts have been investigated, arguing that Clinton\'s statement was \"wrong \".
Still, Clinton continued to make the claim.
The NSSF report does not involve gun politics, but in this political season, the false narrative that Hillary has repeatedly injected into reality.
Imagine if you can, if Hillary Clinton visited one of the gun manufacturers in the United States.
Now she is trying to stop Bernie Sanders from taking over New York.
As it happens, Remington Arms, the oldest company in the United States that is still producing its original products, is located in New York State. this year, Remington ushered in its 200 thbirthday.
If Hillary visited the Remington Arms Factory in eLong, New York, she would find hundreds of blue plants --
White-collar workers who operate CNC machines and lathes are more about making millions of Americans cherish the product.
Hillary Clinton will also find workers who join the Union.
Remington\'s employees in Ilion are members of the United Mine Workers in the United States (UMWA)
Local trade union 717
Most of them are blue collar.
They went to the factory wearing work boots and jeans.
Many people have worked for Remington for decades.
Their father and mother, grandfather and grandmother often do the same.
Seeing Remington\'s factory in illon is actually a vivid way to see the story of American gun manufacturers.
In October of 2013, about 1,400 employees in the factory produced 4,900 guns a day.
This number has been declining recently as it moves some of its work to politically pro-Alabama
Friendly guns and business.
Still, Remington has more than one factory in Elong.
The horizontal series of a row of brick buildings buzzing with computer numerical control (CNC)
Machines and grilles, impact, halfa-century-old, grease-
Dyeing lathes and barrel cash registers run by hardworking men and women.
When I visited the factory in 2008, I saw a halftruck-
The machine is large in size and is a disorganized conveyor belt and metal arm that the workers call \"Willie Wonka machine \".
\"They will feed it metal, it will spit, smoke, its arms will swing, the belt will extend all the time until at the end, a small piece of the trigger mechanism will pop up from a distance.
This vision of the machine has now disappeared.
When I visited again in 2014, I found that Remington had invested about $20 million in this factory to add more modern CNC machines and simplify manufacturing capabilities, to meet gun design.
This hardworking person can be found at the Mosberg factory in Connecticut, the Savage Arms factory in Massachusetts, the Federal advanced factory in Minnesota, and more factories across the country.
As the NSSF\'s report suggests, the word \"American manufacturing\" may sound a step back for a lost era, but the sector of American manufacturing is healthy.
\"Our industry is proud to be one of the real highlights of our economy as more and more Americans choose to exercise their basic rights to retain and carry weapons and to enjoy shooting safely, said Stephen L.
NSSF President and CEO Sanetti.
\"In response to this dynamic, we have increased our direct labor force by about 21,000 over the last two years alone, increasing the average salary and benefits of more than $50,000 in jobs.
In addition, we have increased our federal taxes by 144% since 2008.
Robertson\'s consumption tax, which supports wildlife conservation, is 92%, and the state\'s business tax is 96%.
The NSSF report even says gun manufacturers in New York still employ 3,400 people. And these hard-
Citizens who work are not just working.
The average wage and benefits for gun workers in New York are just over $72,000.
But the report also shows that politicians like Hillary Clinton are having an impact on the position of these jobs.
State with the most guns-
Related work from 2008 to 2015 included Wyoming, Alaska, Maine, North Dakota, Missouri, Alabama, Kansas, Utah, NEB and Nevada.
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