Nine months after the Sandy Hook school shooting, the private equity firm has failed to fulfill its vow to sell off AR-15 producer Bushmaster.
Peet's, Whole Foods and Disney theme parks are among the many that strictly prohibit customers from carrying weapons on premises.
An armoring company enters the school market with its $1,850 'Safeboards' that can shield kids from bullets.
A better-than-expected earnings report isn't enough to offset a disappointing forecast and signs that the gun-buying boom is waning.
The chain vowed to stop selling rifles like the AR-15 after the killings. That apparently doesn't apply to its new chain.
The surging interest in firearms is carrying over to publications that cover them, while women and stargazers get their fixes online.
After going through one of the worst shooting tragedies in recent history, residents are increasing firearm purchases.
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