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I think the answer is much simpler than everyone thinks- Why fix something that isn't broken?

Obviously Browning has been conducting business the way that they have been, profitably, and competitively, so why change?

Remember when Coca-Cola tryed that with the "new coke", how much better received do you think the "new browning" would sell compared to the old? What if the new factory couldn't seem to get the quality, fit, and finish just right, for a while, they might lose so much market share as to never recover.

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