There has been one thing for sure at Turner's Outdoorsman. When it comes to home defense, its customers have one firearm in mind. It doesn't matter what time of year it is, shotguns have been the defensive gun of choice.
Deer season typically means one thing, an uptick in the sale of deer guns. For a Virginia pawn shop one particular category of deer rifle has been flying off the shelves, affordable, entry-level models.
Typically at auctions, complete guns are what drive top bids. But one action house has seen increased demand for gun parts and firearms that require restoration this year.
For a retailer in southern Arizona, it isn't handguns or ARs that have gotten the nod for home defense guns. Instead, bullpup shotguns have become the popular choice among the store's defense-minded patrons.
Collectors know Colt handguns can get top dollar. That's the case at an Ohio auction house, but in a twist it has been the newer models that have gotten the bidders pulling their money out.
The Browning Automatic Rifle has been a popular hunting option for years. Recently, a new model of the rifle has been winning the praises of hog hunters in Texas.
The Glock 19 has been a popular handgun for some time now and it appears not to have lost any steam. An Arizona retailer reports the striker-fired pistol is one of the store's hotter products.
Hunting rifles run the entire gambit of prices points, from dirt cheap to top dollar. And for one retailer in the heart of Colorado's big game country, those are exactly the prices that are in demand.
Women have become one of the fastest growing segments in the firearms market. For an Illinois retailer this has translated to more sales of the ever-dependable revolver, sized to carry