Firearms manufacturers are adding more employees, but the work may only last as long as the current buying spree.
Magpul produces high-capacity ammunition magazines, and it says the state's planned 15-round limit will force it to relocate.
The husband of former US Rep. Gabrielle Giffords shows how easy it is to buy a military-style rifle. But walking out the store with that rifle isn't easy at all.
Firearms retailers report that they often turn away shady customers, even as they're losing ground to less scrupulous online competitors.
Both groups are playing a key role in rising firearm profits, but buyers are mostly those who have previously owned guns.
The company's new policy against firearms advertising applies only to local spots on national cable channels. Ads will linger on cable and newspapers.
The former Navy SEAL is having problems securing enough health care as well, according to a magazine report.
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