When it comes to home defense in Washington State, AR pistols have been consumer favorites, along with some of the more popular lines of traditional pistols.
Up in the Evergreen State, one retailer has noticed a definite trend in his sales. Washingtonians are opening their wallets in droves to get outfitted for concealed carry.
Hunting season was good for one Kentucky retailer, who enjoyed steady sales of moderately priced rifles and the full spectrum of shotguns.
Smith and Wesson has produced some of the world's most popular revolvers. For one retailer, this has meant vintage parts for the wheelguns have flown off the shelves.
Shooters have been hunting out ACOGs, top-shelf ARs and other pricey merchandise at one Arizona gun store.
Ammunition has been scarce, there no doubt about that. But for a Western retailer brimming with bullets, it's the perception of a lack of ammo, not an actual drought, that has slowed his sales.
A gun store in the Magnolia State has had a run on high-end 1911 pistols. In particular, Sig Sauer's versions of the iconic handgun have been difficult to keep on the shelves.
Customizing an AR is part of the attraction of owning one. For a retailer in the Bluegrass State, this has meant accessories for the firearm has flown off the shelves.
Women have been packing gun shows in the Lone-Star State, and the ladies know what types of firearms they're looking for. Small concealed carry and personal defense handguns have ruled the roost with this fast-growing demographic of gun owners.