Employees didnt even know what the hell the -22 was after they made a few.The future of this company is simple.Bankrupt or somebody like with money …lots of it, needs to buy.Cause it ain’t working the way it’s going.Trust my words fellas.The faster they push the employees the more mistakes are made in production .They need repairing in production.<
Jeff – thanks for this and related reports. I have a friendly, serious, and non-flaming question to ask. Can you tell us, please, how you know these things? This and some other posts sound as if either you’re an insider or are based in Duluth with a chance to keep an eye on the production. For instance: knowing that the employees couldn’t tell what they were making, repairs during production line etc.
We’re all trying to triangulate and judge various reports about the company. For example, there’s extra weight on what Walt C says on how the SR20 stands up over time,since he’s had one longer than anyone else. On his amazing new site Paul Traina lays out the data pro and con about the SR22. People have reported on what happened at their annual inspection, or what insurance quotes they got. In all cases it’s easy to judge the authority and basis for what they report.
In keeping with “trust my words, fellas” could you please give us an idea about the basis for what you’re reporting? Thank you, Jim Fallows