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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    I didn't know about the Blitz gas can thing.
    Vaguely kinda wondered why that brand name disappeared.
    That's some fucked up shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by father-of-three View Post
    If facts are allowed in the upcoming court case, they will weigh in favor of Remington. In the meantime, I pledge to buy as much Remington ammo as possible in support or their upcoming court victory.
    Sadly, I hate their ammo, and frankly most of the firearms they make, so I won't be supporting them in the same way.
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    Cant see this working out because the shooter killed his mother. She was the purchaser. So they should be suing her. Why not sue the estate of the deceased mother? No $ is why.
    Aggies Coach Really ??? Take off the tin foil bro.

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Quote Originally Posted by GunLawyer001 View Post
    Car makers are pushing ads that effectively say "you don't have to pay attention to driving, our cars know when to stop". Just wait until THOSE lawsuits start up.

    Like that old joke about the guy who bought a van with cruise control, and set it for 55 on the highway and then got up and went into the back of the van to get something to eat.
    they already have more than once

    https://www.theverge.com/2019/8/1/20...wrongful-death

    https://www.autonews.com/regulation-...vigation-error

    We have apparently tossed personal responsibility out the window. There are several people who companies should be allowed to sue for not utilizing the
    product for it's intended purpose then.

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Quote Originally Posted by sota View Post
    Sadly, I hate their ammo, and frankly most of the firearms they make, so I won't be supporting them in the same way.
    Remington is not Remington anymore. Growing up, selecting a deer rifle, it was usually between a Remington 700 or a Winchester M70. If you didn't have enough money it was either a Marlin or Winchester .30-30. No longer.
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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    One interesting thing is the main holding company for Bushmaster, Remington, and the Freedom Group is Cerberus Capital Management and as of 2015 that is also where the bulk of the California teachers union had their pension fund invested with. I do not know if that has changed in the last 4 years but it would be interesting if this law suit ends up screwing those hypocritical bastards who run the CA teachers union.

    https://www.newsmax.com/fastfeatures.../06/id/642901/

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgie View Post
    One interesting thing is the main holding company for Bushmaster, Remington, and the Freedom Group is Cerberus Capital Management and as of 2015 that is also where the bulk of the California teachers union had their pension fund invested with. I do not know if that has changed in the last 4 years but it would be interesting if this law suit ends up screwing those hypocritical bastards who run the CA teachers union.

    https://www.newsmax.com/fastfeatures.../06/id/642901/
    HA, and Karma raises his head. Yuuuuuuggggeeee article in today's newspaper on how the SCOTUS is allowing the suit to go forward without the root reason for the decision.
    I know where Hunter's been.

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    so.... invest in AR futures?

    Seriously, why isn't that a "thing" in the investment world?
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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Quote Originally Posted by sota View Post
    Sadly, I hate their ammo, and frankly most of the firearms they make, so I won't be supporting them in the same way.
    Understood. In a time where there are so many companies to boycott that are anti 2A, I was trying to find one to throw some extra support behind.

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    For the SCOTUS to allow this to move forward has set precedent to be able to sue any maker for anything. Sue Ford/Chevy/whatever for making a car that is capable of doing race course speeds while marketing them to un-trained drivers comes to mind. Involved in an accident, Sue, Sue, Sue !!!
    I prefer the sweet taste of freedom over the bland flavor of socialism.

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