Sturm Ruger Sticking it Out

E-mail Print PDF

SOUTHPORT — Firearms manufacturer Sturm Ruger is not among the firearms companies looking to leave Connecticut any time soon.

In the wake of new gun legislation " ">valium the critical words by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, Southport-based Sturm " /#cheap_valium">cheap valium is planning on staying in Connecticut due to its having a small headquarters and a solid set of engineers here. The company will, however, continue to expand its workforce outside Connecticut, including the possibility of establishing a third manufacturing facility — aside from those in Arizona and New Hampshire — of roughly 250,000 square feet.

Bristol gun maker PTR Industries is among the manufacturers that have announced that they intend to leave Connecticut following the passage of the nation’s strictest gun laws in the wake of the December 14 Newtown massacre.

 
Should Connecticut Give Special Incentives to Individual Companies?
 

Google Search



If you aren't receiving your subscription, or you would like to cancel or change the address please contact us at:

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

or fax 203-781-3482

Please provide you correct address and phone number.


To CANCEL your subscriptions please send an email with your current address for a single family home or name and address for a multi-family home, or business Indicate you want to cancel the subscription.

send the email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

To purchase a subscription, follow the link under About Us on the home page to a secure ecommerce site, managed by google.com