I support this.
But I also support moving your business 100 miles north to Wyoming. Wyoming was the first state to draft a firearms protection bill that has passed the house 43-13 (HB104) and is on its way to the senate where it shouldnt have a problem passing. Wyoming is gun friendly and will always be gun friendly Two other bills are riding along with the Firearms Protection Act which are HB103 an HB105.
HB103 will strengthen the state’s authority over firearm laws while prohibiting local counties from enacting their own ordinances in clear violation of the current state firearms preemption statute
HB104 is a bill that would make any anti-gun law or executive order which attempts to ban a semi-automatic firearm or limit the capacity of a magazine unenforceable in the state of Wyoming.
HB105 will allow law-abiding citizens to carry a concealed firearm in more locations (campuses).
Best part about moving only 100 miles north is that most, if not all, of your employees will be able to keep their jobs. Furthermore Wyoming's land and energy cost is very low, we dont have income or corporate taxes either.
CO has shown they are hypocrites, they say they dont want to lose businesses like Magpul so they will allow them to produce 30rd magazines yet they wont allow their citizens to own them. Thats bullshit and you shouldnt support their economy with your business.
Setup shop in Wyoming and youll never have to worry about your companies future ever again.