Kahr Arms is bailing out of New York.
‘‘We’re looking for a more friendly environment for our business,’’
said Frank Harris, Kahr’s vice president for sales and marketing.
‘‘Maybe we could have stayed here and built a plant, but the way the
bill was passed left us feeling there were a lot of uncertainties going
It might not hurt New York in terms of finances, but that has got to sting from a political standpoint. I guarantee that the pols never believed it would happen.
Thanks, Kahr, for standing up.