Gun Stocks Charging Upward After Months of Anti-Gun Fear Porn

 

 

Much to the chagrin of the gun grabbers and the gun-fear hucksters, even after a few months of aggressive assaults on everything gun, the popularity of guns in America appears to not be affected where it matters most, in the market.

News of the demise of the gun industry has been greatly exaggerated, and gun stocks are on the uptick….bigly.

From Reuters.com

Two months after Parkland shooting, gun makers’ stocks are rallying

Last month’s background checks were the highest for any March since at least 2000, although they barely exceeded background checks in March 2013, when Democrats in Washington tried – and ultimately failed – to pass legislation banning assault-style weapons in the wake of a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.

Checks for purchases of rifles, which are more profitable for manufacturers than handguns, accounted for much of the March increase.

ally has not made up for a 15-month post-election slump for gun makers. American Outdoor Brands is down 60 percent from before the November 2016 election, when gun sales had been surging due to expectations that Democratic candidate Hilary Clinton would win and then impose restrictions on gun sales.

Sales of guns slumped after the election of Donald Trump, a Republican who campaigned against gun control. After the Parkland shooting, Trump called for age restrictions on gun purchases and stricter background checks, but later backed away from those

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Editor’s Note:  If you want to read yet another example of an anti-gun agit prop piece disguised as a straight news article, click through to read the full article written by a gun grabber aspirant, Noel Randewich, who does his best to downplay the continued popularity with guns in America, while also advancing the gun fear porn agenda of the police state enabling, cattle car guide applicant crowd that this alleged “reported” belongs to.

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