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Ops-Core Suffers Temporary Closure

It’s not that Ops-Core doesn’t have their hands full with lots of work manufacturing helmets and protective accessories for our troops and allies. This shutdown is about politics and zoning.

See the video report here.

Hang in there guys!

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11 Responses to “Ops-Core Suffers Temporary Closure”

  1. jer-bear says:

    Kinda silly, clearly political. I’m making a living from art too. Unless your art business centers on digital art, its near impossible to avoid working with hazardous chemicals. Most traditional paints or paint mediums are toxic to some extent. I don’t know enough to comment about noise though.

    This sucks, I was about to order an X-Nape helmet strap from them for my upcoming reserves training too. I hope they resolve this quickly for the sake of their employees and the people who need their products.

  2. Eric Rice says:

    That’s just redonkulous. Pound sand hippies!

  3. Strike-Hold! says:

    How utterly ridiculous! What a bunch of limp-wristed, pathetic, whinging. moochers. And how typical of snobby, pretentious Bostonians and their over-bearing influence on the rest of our state.

    As if the economy isn’t in bad enough condition – they go and put more people out of work over such a silly thing. Way to go.

  4. erick says:

    I’m just wondering when they are planning on holding their “We’re Moving and Need To Reduce Inventory” sale? Seriously though, time for them to take their jobs, tax payments, etc and move elsewhere.

  5. George says:

    Ironically, I just ordered a FAST Base Jump helmet from OpsCore over the weekend. Credit Card’s already been charged, but I am ok with that.

    Just hang in there like the article said.

  6. Strike-Hold! says:

    Lots of empty factories in Fall River…

  7. Rick says:

    Move to Indiana we are a right to work state and our Governor loves small business. Besides we are just naturally friendly people too.

  8. Bob says:

    Freeloading hippies…typical.

  9. Steve Mccollum says:

    Please tell this fine company to re-locate to North Texas…. we can find plenty of room for them and lots of wonderful people to work for them. No union problems, lots of smart hardworking employees and no state Taxes. We are proud to support American Made products and this company sounds like a company we would be proud to support.

  10. Ken says:

    It’s Massachusetts. I’m surprised the owner of ops-core doesn’t need a FID card to work with kevlar.

  11. JJ says:

    i want to point out that their CEO really did not help his case by responding the way he did. I’m definitely pro ops-core because their products are keeping servicemen and women safer and they are one of very few companys that don’t outsource and thus are helping get our internal economy back on track. But, at the same time, show some class even when things aren’t going your way.