The concealed carry market remains hot in Michigan, which has had some unexpected consequences. The lack of some ammunition has pushed buyers to consider different calibers for their carry guns.
Typically, very old, rare firearms draw top dollar at auction. But at one Ohio auction house, guns of a more recent vintage have been raking in the bids.
The 9th Circuit Court decisions challenging California law enforcement’s ‘may issue,’ has had its effects in the West. Retailers have enjoyed a CCW market that has opened way up since the ruling.
While sales slowed down somewhat for an Ohio retailer, he found there was still a hot item on his shelves. Demand for top-name 1911 pistols has been on the rise.
One retailer in the heart of Colorado's Rocky Mountains has seen robust sales, though for products at either end of the spectrum. Implements meant to save ammo when training and Class III firearms have been the hot tickets.
There is no doubt about it, concealed carry continues to grow nationwide. In fact, for a retailer in Idaho, the practice is one of the prime drivers of his store's business.
I heard the thwack-thwack-thwack! as I approached the firing line, and for all the world it sounded like a loud pellet rifle. But when I got to the line I realized the “thwacks” were from 12-gauge shotguns equipped with SilencerCo’s new Salvo 12 shotgun suppressor.
True stories of everyday armed citizens taking action to defend themselves and others.
Typically, it's guns with a patina that grab high bids at auctions. But at one event this year, there was a much different genre of firearms that got people spending. Surprisingly, ARs and other contemporary firearms were the hot ticket.