Do you guys think Marlin will return in another state?
Yep... they'll return elsewhere and continue to crank out rifles with that gawd awful finish....
"Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak. Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen"- Winston Churchill
I think the finish will improve!
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I just called to order screws and asked the girl if she knew yet where they would be made and she said they are still working on that!
Marlin firearms will be built in Remington's Ilion, NY facility. This IS confirmed
Originally Posted by jmarriott
How do you know
Asked him the same question here: http://www.marlinowners.com/forums/i...c,62078.0.html
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Hunting - It's a matter of national security.
The company I work for Does the fire alarm contract at marlin in CT. The roof was breached and all the Duct Detecters in the system had to be replaced. While working to replace the duct detectors so the building could be occupied the crew including my Ex-coworker were told by the crew dismantling the heat treating equipment the it was going to Ilion NY.
SO maybe My confirmation should be made the the heat treating equipment that was exposed in the fire was going to Illion New york.
They start the packing out and breakdown of some of the stuff as soon as the building could be occupied. Mainly Insurance company recover stuff but I don't think that they are going to move this stuff twice.
I called my ex-coworker myself, and he offered the info up. The illion plant is basically empty and 2 TN plants and basically empty.