Sturm Ruger Sees Record Gun Orders On Election Fears
Some Americans have a simple way of dealing with fear. They buy a gun. If they are nervous about the economy, they buy a gun. If they are skittish about the price of gasoline, they buy a gun. If they are panicky over the presidential election or some other monster in the closet, they buy a gun. That mindset goes a long way toward explaining why shares of gun manufacturer Sturm Ruger (RGR) recently soared to a record high. The company makes
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