Maybe they need that qualifier. I could be wrong but thought the "Hand Built in America" wording is ok. If there was an error made with the "Made in the USA" references, I do not believe it was malicious in any way.Many companies use built in USA, or built in America to refer to assembly in the states with foreign parts. Stihl, Hyundai, DeWalt.. wow Dewalt (good lawyers there). In case anyone is too lazy to google it, Dewalt's phrase is "Made in the USA" in huge letters, just underneath that it reads "with global materials".