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I can think of 2 reasons for them to drop the spud gun sales. 1. Expensive permits needed and not enough profit to justify the cost. 2. Just not enough profit. Those are my guesses.Moonbogg wrote:I searched everywhere and came up with nothing. Why did they shut down? What happened?
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I haven't heard any news but they were a machine shop first that had no trouble keeping their machines running full time without having to come up with spudgun parts, I assume the general lack of interest in the hobby made it no longer worthwhile.
hectmarr wrote:You have to make many weapons, because this field is long and short life