Smith & Wesson Posts 48% Increase In Second Quarter Sales As Demand Surges For All Firearm Products

U.S. firearms manufacturer Smith & Wesson reported a 48 percent increase in sales in its announcement of the company’s second-quarter financial results for fiscal year 2013.

The company’s press release read:

“Net sales from continuing operations for the second quarter were a record $136.6 million, up 48.0% from the second quarter last year. The increase was led by continued strong sales across all of the company’s firearm product lines.”

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  • Nolan

    This puzzles me. The democrazies fully expect to ban guns and collect them. I can’t believe all these good gun buyers are buying them up so that they can turn them all in to obummer! They must have something else in mind.

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