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Re: USA Industrial edge

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11-13-2012 18:27:03

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Many U.S. Corporations are/have found producing things overseas is not easy and profitable as it looked up front. All kinds of problems, security, high turnover of workforce, much more airfreight than planned (savings lost), quality issues, the list can go on and on.
Some people will just plain buy made in the U.S.A. An example is Henry firearms. My gunstore told me there is sometimes a six month wait for Henry Firearms.

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11-13-2012 19:29:33

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 Re: USA Industrial edge in reply to Winchester1, 11-13-2012 18:27:03  
Bought a pair of Justin boots yesterday thinking they would surely be made in the USA. Nope, got home and finally find on the tag, Made in China.

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11-13-2012 20:31:07

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 Re: USA Industrial edge in reply to casecollectorsc, 11-13-2012 19:29:33  
I look for the "Made in USA" label on almost everything I buy. except food. Some things are just impossible to get made here anymore.

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11-13-2012 21:18:09

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 Re: USA Industrial edge in reply to Scott-sd, 11-13-2012 20:31:07  
I thought "especially" food.

see where some people have died by eating silverbeet. E coli on it. makes you wonder what is safe.

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