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Smith & Wesson’s announcement this month that it would relocate its headquarters from Springfield, Mass. to Tennessee, and close its Connecticut plant, rekindled a debate over gun control measures the industry deeply abhors — and exposed an odd, long-simmering relationship.
Beneath that debate, emerging at events such as the Smith & Wesson move, lurks the tense and complex coexistence between the left-leaning politicians of New England’s “Gun Valley,” and a firearms industry that cemented Connecticut’s identity as a hub for defense and precision manufacturing.
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