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George Kollitides, CEO of Remington Outdoors, speaks during a press conference Februrary at the Chamber of Commerce regarding the economic development of the community due to the recent announcement of Remington Outdoors' decision to open a plant in Huntsville that will employ 2,000 people. (Sarah Cole/scole@al.com)

George Kollitides, CEO of Remington Outdoors, speaks during a press conference Februrary at the Chamber of Commerce regarding the economic development of the community due to the recent announcement of Remington Outdoors’ decision to open a plant in Huntsville that will employ 2,000 people. (Sarah Cole/scole@al.com)

Expect more gun makers to follow Remington to Alabama, gun enthusiasts say

By Leada Gore

Originally published by AL.com

The president of the National Rifle Association said Remington’s decision to relocate to Alabama could be the first in a series of gun manufacturers moving to the state.

“We’ve been fortunate to have the most pro-gun state and the most pro-business state in the country and I told my friends who are at Remington, the CEO, George Kollitides, ‘You will not make a better business decision in your lifetime other than to come to the state of Alabama,’ Read more…

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