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    Heckler & Koch is apparently bankrupt. The Oberdorfer weapons manufacturer has high debts. What would a bankruptcy mean for the city? We asked around in the city center.





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    This is what they get for neglecting the US civilian market.

    They threw us a bone with colored frame VP’s. Oh boy.

    What the hell are they even doing at the Georgia plant?

    Where are the picatinny railed USP’s? The long slide VP9 complete pistol? The optics-ready anything?

    Assault weapon ban sunset in 2004. 15 years later, where are the un-neutered G36 and UMP’s?

    I’m a big fan of Tom Bostic but I despise GSG9. (Todd Bailey)

    Where is the semi-only MP7?

    Bring back some classics and hard-to-gets in rotating limited runs. USP Match anyone? Maritime MK23?

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    Keith is right on. The US has crappy import laws, but look at what all we can get from other companies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweersa View Post
    Keith is right on. The US has crappy import laws, but look at what all we can get from other companies.
    Repeal the 1989 Import ban. Repeal this meaningless arbitrary 922r bullish!t. That would help.
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    Accountancy firm KPMG sees a risk at risk at risk in stock, according to the report. There is talk of "material uncertainty surrounding the continuation of business activity."

    The SWR had also reported on this. According to this, Heckler & Koch's debt now adds up to 380 million euros.

    The taz also reports on economic uncertainties. Read the 2018 Company Report under the heading "Essential uncertainty surrounding the continuation of business activity." The auditors point out, above all, the risk of a lack of liquidity. The liquidity targets, it is said, "can only be achieved if production processes are sustainably improved in such a way that the planned output volumes can be achieved on the way to a more favorable product mix on the margins side."

    What would insolvency mean for Oberndorf? schwarzwaelder-bote.de has listened to the city centre: It goes on to say that restructuring is needed to achieve the necessary return. "If this does not succeed, there are other financing requirements, for which external sources are then required. If external sources cannot be used appropriately, there is a risk that is at risk. "

    In mid-May, the company's employees had agreed to an increase in the working week from 35 to 37.5 hours, and in addition, this year and next, they will forgo the usual one-off payment of 400 euros.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuntherRommel View Post
    increase in the working week from 35 to 37.5 hours,
    You have to love the European work week! :)

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    That is funny
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweersa View Post
    Keith is right on. The US has crappy import laws, but look at what all we can get from other companies.
    A bigger factor is German Export Laws.
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    In other breaking news: "Fire is hot; water is wet."

    It's a little known fact that the red HK logo is as such because that's where they like to operate financially.

    https://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-talk/...h-hk-debt.html
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    I do believe this is the first time the "B" word has been used recently

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