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Old July 10, 2021, 06:37 AM   #20
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gun owners / users were a targeted group in sales. quality was offered to them and it was expected.
but, it was a limited market, so gun makers began making mass production guns for all the others, attempting and (succeeding) in putting more guns in more peoples hands...that possessed little or no appreciation for quality or had no ability to shoot them. the industry didn't care. all they want (to this day) is more sales. and, with quality American makers going away or being forced out of business, the marketing strategy of making fine guns is obsolete. granted, fine guns are made but like the days of old, they are marketed to the elite group that appreciate them and are willing to pay more to have them.

its a throw away society now. young lads want videos and smart apps, not gramp's parker or Winchester 94.
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