Ruger Spent $3.6 Million to Protect its Staff in 2020
Ruger’s 2020 investment to protect its staff and their families during the pandemic came to light during the company’s Feb. 18 quarterly earnings conference.
Beretta Celebrates 494th Anniversary
Beretta recently celebrated its 494th anniversary as a firearms manufacturer—a rare feat in today's world.
Industry Leaders Work to Enhance SHOT Show Safety
Several industry-leading companies have stepped up to provide masks and hand sanitizer for the 2021 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, NV.
Is the .327 Federal Magnum the Ultimate Pandemic Cartridge?
Richard Mann takes an in-depth look at the .327 Federal Magnum, which may be one of the ultimate pandemic cartridge.
Post-Election Gun Sales Not Expected to Decline Sharply
Smith & Wesson, Inc., does not expect gun sales to plummet after the 2020 presidential election.
Study Indicates First-Time Gun Ownership on the Rise
A recent study by the University of Texas at Tyler indicates that first-time gun ownership since May 2020 is on the rise.
Beating Ammo Shortages with Uncommon Calibers
When popular handgun calibers become a little too popular due to a crisis, it may be an oddball that saves the day.
Ammo Shortage May Last Until 2021
According to ammunition manufacturers, there's a good chance ammo shortages will last until 2021.
Springfield Armory Sells Masks to Support Non-Profit
Springfield Armory has teamed up with Luke's Wings, a non-profit aimed to help injured service members, to sell masks and raise money during the COVID-19 crisis.
Manufacturers Struggle to Keep Up with Soaring Ammunition Sales
Thanks to a charged political climate and continued COVID-19 crisis, ammunition sales have continued to soar as manufacturers try to keep pace with increased demand.