The Firearm Blog ran a story today about the potential for Colt and Remington to relocate manufacturing out of Connecticut and New York respectively if those states adopted the flawed technology known as microstamping. The story noted as have others that many states would welcome these firearms manufacturers if they decided to leave the Northeast.
Cam Edwards of NRA News did an interview this evening with Larry Keane, General Counsel of the NSSF, on this issue. Keane repeated the NSSF's position that the technology needs more study before it could ever be adopted. Moreover, and I didn't know this, he said the patent holder of this technology has come around to the same position and is urging more study of microstamping.
Joe Huffman of the View From North Central Idaho has an excellent overview of the technology and its limitations on his blog here.