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BUY BUY BUY BUY BUY

The last couple of years of “strong consumer demand” (panic buying) has finally come to an end. .22 LR ammunition is still thin on the ground (although easy to purchase online) but centerfire inventory is good, retailers are flush with AR-15 rifles and there [Read More…]

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Gun Buying Frenzy Over

MSN Money reports that Smith & Wesson’s share price took a 10% hit after sales were below Wall Street exceptions … But its weaker-than-expected​ forecast and news that the nation’s recent gun-buying frenzy appears to be over took their toll on [Read More…]

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Ruger Q2 Backlog Worth $590 Million!

A contributor at Seeking Alpha reports that Ruger’s has an order backlog worth an incredible $590 million as of the end of the second quarter. This backlog is down only slightly from the Q1 backlog which was $602 million. In Q2 incoming orders were down from Q1 [Read More…]

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Wounded Warrior Used To Like Guns

Controversy has erupted online over the Wounded Warrior Project not wanting to appear on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk radio show because they don’t want anything to do with firearms. This must be a new policy because they co-branded the AAC Big Bang Party party I [Read More…]

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Ruger guns selling well this year

Ruger sent out a press release congratulating themselves on producing their 1 millionth firearm of the year on 15 August. Normally it takes them all year to produce 1 million guns. Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is on pace to beat its own record of [Read More…]

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Glock’s Trademark Design

In 2001 Glock applied to trademark their pistol design. The trademark application was approved in 2009 (Serial Number 76279422). Glock’s application states that this design was not used by anyone before 1995, so this trademark must be for the third generation [Read More…]