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Some blame New York gun law for Rochester gun company's move to S.C.

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Gun rights advocates blamed Gov. Andrew Cuomo and lawmakers for a second firearms company deciding to move out of New York since enactment of the SAFE Act, but gun control groups dismissed their criticism.
American Tactical Imports, a Rochester company that makes and imports firearms and ammunition, announced this week it will move to South Carolina. The company said it will start the re location effort next month.
That state's governor has boasted about the company's decision. The company said it will bring or create 117 jobs in South Carolina.

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