Smith & Wesson has had a solid year of new products including with a lot of tweaks and changes to their product lines, mostly focusing on their M&P series. Read more
Smith & Wesson will adjust financial results for the 2015 fiscal year to reflect the acquisition of gun accessory maker Battenfeld Technologies.
Responding to a military request for a more compact, hearing safe .45 caliber sound suppressor, SilencerCo released “K” variants of their pistol sound suppressors. Read more
Battenfeld Technologies–now owned by Smith & Wesson–said it’s on track to acquire Hooyman Saws, a company that makes extendable tree saws designed for hunting. Read more
The gun maker estimates Battenfeld will bring in an additional $55 million in annual revenue, a desired boost to keep investors happy as sales continue to normalize from last year’s spike. Read more
Earning less than half the profits than the year before, Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation aimed to ease investors’ minds describing its second quarter activity. Read more
Although the shot may seem like one in a million, the officer gives the most credit to the mounted police units which were already closing in on the suspect when he took the shot. Read more
Battenfeld makes shooting, reloading, gunsmithing, and gun cleaning products. Eventually all existing Smith & Wesson brands for accessories will be housed within the new division.
Smith & Wesson and General Dynamics announced a partnership Tuesday to pursue the U.S. Army’s Modular Handgun System solicitation to replace the current contractor. Read more
The midterm elections came up in favor of the Republicans with GOP candidates winning a majority in the Senate as well as capturing and maintaining key gubernatorial races while a controversial background check initiative was voted in. Read more