For the previous owner, usually. The previous owners of Marlin have zero interest in the firearms business, anyway, so that won't happen. But they don't get a new patent just because the business changed hands. So there's nothing to stop another company from coming along and producing lever action rifles to compete with Marlin. That's what free market capitalism is all about.Detroitslim said:Isn’t there usually a non-compete clause in the contract for x amount of years when you sell a business?
Hey Kon,KON said:If Tom, and most everybody else involved with OUR old Marlin Operation were to try to resurrect it. I'd be willing to dedicate time after work and weekends to get the Entire Facility up and running.