While large chains are increasingly wary of firearms on the premises, some independent eateries are rolling out the red carpet.
New transactions with the Kalashnikov company were banned after July 16 as US sanctions kick in. But current gun owners are fine.
No longer worried that laws will change, enthusiasts are pulling back on purchases.
The effort is designed to change the firearms industry through the power of the municipal purse.
Firearms sales surged in 2013, but there are signs that demand is starting to wane.
A positive outlook helps give the stock a much-needed bump after several rough weeks. Shares were up nearly 18%.
Americans are buying more firearms than ever, and these stocks are soaring as sales rise.
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