They should all come to the gun friendly states down South, where they probably belong.
Remington already has an ammunition plant in Lonoke, Arkansas - I’m sure the folks in Arkansas (and the state government) would be more than happy to give them all sorts of incentives to move!
But I have a question - wouldn’t it be simple just to take some fine sandpaper or a polishing wheel and just remove the microprint on the firing pin?
For that matter - wouldn’t the micro engraving eventually be worn out of normal wear? What if the firing pin must be replaced? Would a new one have to be specifically manufactured for THAT gun with all the information engraved?
Moving to Montana, gonna be a gun manufacturing tycoon...sorry Frank Zappa
I have what I consider a better suggestion, concerning gunshows. MAke ALL sales at gunshows have to be background searched, as in, if I as an individual want to sell to another individual at the show, in order to take the weapon out of the show it must have been background checked for buyer background through one of the show kiosks. Every weapon brought in is checked for 'unloaded' condition, so it would not be that much inconvenience to check all going out, to match with ownership or transfer.
I’m hoping they come to the gun friendly state of Montana — specifically The Flathead Valley where we having a growing gun industry.