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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Quote Originally Posted by sota View Post
    so.... invest in AR futures?

    Seriously, why isn't that a "thing" in the investment world?
    Probably, because this is such a hot-button issue. In the grand scheme, do you really want to tell your liberal friends that you made a fortunate in the AR-15 Futures Market? I don't mean you, per se. I mean the average person who is that heavily into stocks.
    There is no greater sorrow than to recall in misery the time when we were happy - Dante.

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Quote Originally Posted by sota View Post
    so.... invest in AR futures?

    Seriously, why isn't that a "thing" in the investment world?
    Quote Originally Posted by jakebrake View Post
    Probably, because this is such a hot-button issue. In the grand scheme, do you really want to tell your liberal friends that you made a fortunate in the AR-15 Futures Market? I don't mean you, per se. I mean the average person who is that heavily into stocks.
    I told my wife to invest in S&W & Ruger back before Trump won, thinking we'd strike it rich. Well, it just wasn't to be
    "It seems that the Constitution is more or less guidelines than actual rules"
    My feedback: http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.php?t=305685

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Quote Originally Posted by Capt Pete View Post
    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 !!!
    That isn't what happened at all.
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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Ok, everyone can settle down a bit. Yes, on the face of it, it appears to suck. It does not!
    Follow me. SCOTUS merely ruled that they will not rule on this case YET. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? It means that SCOTUS needs to be the final step. The case has not climbed all the steps ( lower courts) to the Highest Court in the land.
    For now, the ruling stands that, as presented, the lawsuit can proceed. It will be heard, tried, and adjudicated, and THEN, can be presented to the next level of court to be supported, or denied and corrected.
    This is a good ruling for us! It means that we have several ways that this can be defeated. The current court may hear the case and rule it has no merit. Then appeals process kicks in and that court may toss it. Climbing the ladder, one step at a time, we may not even reach SCOTUS and find it gets kicked out.
    Clearly, if it does reach SCOTUS, we will prevail.
    Want more good news! Ruth Badger Ginsburg fell, broke several ribs, and, hey, old people sometimes die! Wouldn’t it be great if President Trump got another SCOTUS Justice to nominate DURING the impeachment circus!

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Quote Originally Posted by father-of-three View Post
    I pledge to buy as much Remington ammo as possible in support or their upcoming court victory.
    I just picked up 1200 rounds yesterday...

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    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.
    Golden Sabers and Core Lokt are good, most of all their other stuff is Meh.

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