Sturm Ruger CEO says gunmaker has no plans to leave Conn.
"Consumers ask us why we are in Connecticut and why do you support a state that doesn't support you? We've got good engineers and a small headquarters there. I'm not going to disrupt those people and move out," Fifer said, adding that he will continue to push gun rights in dealings with state officials.
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