GUN Remington (Cerberus) acquires AAC

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    Interesting...
     
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    a fat paycheck for former owner and his wife. someone post some pics of her again.
     
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    isn't AAC the company that did free cans for tattoos of their logo?
     
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    40 million was the rumor.
     
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    I wonder if this makes Mark Larue happy or sad.

    He's basically on a crusade to against AAC, and now that they've been bought out by a gigantic omni-corp he can't really deliver a personal blow to Kevin B, with whom he seems to have the most trouble with. I wouldn't miss the flame wars honestly, haha
     
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    something's missing......
     
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    larue and AAC are owned by same entities, lots believe this to be true
     
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    Seriously?

    How is that even remotely possible. Their separate company stories are as clear as day. Austin precision products, aka Larue Tactical's been around since 1980, and only started making sniper targets, and then mounts in the last decade. AAC's company history isn't as clear, but it seems they got started in the late 90s, trying to beat industry leader at the time, Gem-tech.

    AAC and Larue can't possibly be related, ML takes all the gloves off in regards to AAC, and goes straight for the kill shot every chance he can get by unearthing their less than polite way of doing business. Stirring up negative drama to get business? Sounds like another silly conspiracy theory that some sects of the gun owning population seem to like so much :ugh:

    AAC's stirred up a lotta bad blood, but in the end they still are making the best product. While the drama is fun, i don't get wrapped up in it, i just want the best product. To buy an inferior silencer just so i can impress my internet buddies or spite my internet enemies is silly... but lotsa people do it, lol!
     
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    you can kinda see her nipples
     

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