At one Washington shooting range, the Smith & Wesson Shield has become the popular pistol with the CCW crowd. In fact, in that neck of the woods it has begun to overtake one of the world's favorite handguns.
Tavor SAR Bullpup is still a relatively new rifle, but in some spots has already developed a strong following. For a Texas-based retailer the spunky tactical tool has been flying off the shelves this winter.
Reloaders and modern sporting rifle fans have fueled one Oklahoma retailer's sales as of late with ARs and used brass leading his sales.
At the Black Wing Shooting Center, when it comes to firearm sales demand has been diverse. CCW handguns, slug guns and full autos have been the hot items this autumn and winter.
Hunters are among the best customers for Kramer Auctions and entering this fall they were beating the bush for non-standard caliber rifles.
It's been no secret that when it comes to gun sales in recent months AR-15s have been the hot ticket. Now one retailer is finding the focus change, with people looking to deck out their modern sporting rifles with the latest tactical accessories.
Wondering what firearms are setting the market on fire? Handguns -- both revolvers and pistols -- have been a hot ticket as of late. Some discontinued models have made a jump in value, demanding Blue Book prices or better.
Shooters across the country have been hoping and praying for an end to the ammunition shortage. But in some corners of America cartridges, bullets and reloading supplies continue to be the hot ticket among buyers.
When it comes to concealed carry handguns, semi-auto pistols aren't the only models flying off the shelves. In some parts of the country, there is a big demand for defensive revolvers, as well.