After four years of steady growth and expansion, the stock price for Smith & Wesson’s holding company — American Outdoor Brands Corporation — closed Wednesday at its lowest point for the past year.
Investors reacting to the drop in gun sales sent Vista Outdoor’s stock price plummeting last week after executives reported high inventory levels for ammo amid a slow moving market that’s expected to continue into the next quarter and fiscal year.
The NRA shelled out more than $5.1 million to LaPierre in 2015. On top of his nearly $1.1 million salary and $150,000 bonus, he received a $3.7 million retirement payout.
The sister-in-law of one of the San Bernardino shooters pleaded guilty to a sham marriage scheme in federal court, the Justice Department said Thursday.
Defense contractor Orbital ATK said Heckler & Koch failed to fill a $27 million contract for producing prototype XM25 weapons for the U.S. Army.
“Oklahoma City” details the lead up to the horrific bombing by Timothy McVeigh on April 19, 1995, that resulted in 168 people killed and 675 people injured.
A letter by an executive with the ATF leaked to the public Monday expressed the desire to modify federal firearm regulations by loosening bureaucratic framework.
Conservative speaker David Clarke has been named in a lawsuit alleging he abused his power as Milwaukee sheriff when he ordered a man be detained at an airport and later singled him out online.
The ammo maker said many anticipated a different outcome and increased inventory levels. Now with slow consumer demand, they’re waiting to see how the next six months go.
The Republican-controlled House voted 235-180 on Thursday to scrap a measure submitted by the Obama administration to prohibit some Social Security recipients from owning firearms.