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Old March 1, 2013, 12:03 AM   #3
mj246
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I'm not an authority in this regard, but I'm pretty sure I heard that S&W is unionized. However, all that means is that the individual workers can only work a certain number of hours per day/week before getting paid very high overtime wages. If their guns are selling, and the equipment can handle higher output, they can always hire more workers to fill the extra shifts.

I agree that they likely make far more than 300 guns per day between all their lines.
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