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Topic - Beretta Usa
Maryland-based Beretta USA announced Wednesday that it will build a $45 million firearms manufacturing plant in Tennessee, giving rise to concern over what will happen to the gun manufacturer's plant in Prince George's County.
Maryland-based gun manufacturer Beretta USA announced Wednesday that it will build a $45 million firearms manufacturing plant in Tennessee, giving rise to concern over what will happen to its Accokeek plant.
Beretta has eliminated Virginia from its short list of states to move its company because anti-gun Democrat Terry McAuliffe was elected governor. Executives made the decision to scratch Virginia off the list after the McAuliffe campaign fixated on restricting gun owners' rights after receiving $1 million campaign donation from billionaire New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg.
Maryland citizens had their Second Amendments rights infringed on Thursday when Gov. Martin O’Malley signed more gun control into law. However, Mr. O’Malley’s scheme was secretly watered down a little before it became law.
Indiana state Rep. Marlin Stutzman jumped aboard the Beretta bandwagon — the one that's already filled with Virginia and West Virginia politicos seeking to capitalize on Maryland's regulatory climate — and told the gun maker to relocate in Hoosierland.
Major weapons manufacturer Beretta USA is vowing to close shop and leave Maryland if the state passes new gun-control measures.
Franco Beretta is the vice president and managing director of Beretta in Italy, executive vice president of Beretta USA (the manufacturing, distribution and marketing arm of Beretta in the United States) and one of two sons of Ugo Beretta, president of Beretta Holding.