TrackingPoint's futuristic guns were not the hit that its founders had expected. As a result, the company is facing losses and frustrated customers.
Fears of new firearm restrictions arose after last year's Sandy Hook school shooting, but those appear to be fading with time.
Regardless of your thoughts on gun control, this controversial company's recent performance has been inarguably stellar.
The fabrication of these pieces is a revolution of sorts, and the military is probably watching closely to see what happens next.
Smith & Wesson's buyback plan shows confidence in continued upside for this sector.
The coffee chain is becoming a focus point for all sides of the debate amid calls for a nationwide boycott this weekend.
The surging interest in firearms is carrying over to publications that cover them, while women and stargazers get their fixes online.
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