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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Teddy Novin
Remington spokesman Teddy Novin told the Flathead Beacon (http://bit.ly/1k8pDJy ) on Thursday that the Montana Rifleman in Kalispell is one of several company plants that are closing, with their work being consolidated at its Alabama facility.
"We have established significant safety and technical resources to determine which rifles are affected and to minimize any risks. Our goal is to have every recalled firearm inspected, specialty cleaned, tested and returned as soon as possible," Novin said in a statement.