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Perry's Coyote Special difficult to order?
Sturm, Ruger & Co. began making the Coyote Special after Gov. Rick Perry told a reporter in 2010 that he had shot one of the animals while jogging with his dog.
100 Best Small Companies in America
For the first time, 24/7 Wall St. presents the 100 Best Small Companies in America. To be considered, companies had to be publicly traded with more than $5 million and less than $1 billion in revenue.
The Gun Explosion
Meanwhile, Sturm, Ruger & Co. is on a quest to become the first U.S. gun manufacturer to build and ship 1 million units in a single year.
Gun Stores Can't Get Guns Fast Enough To Keep Up With Demand From Anti-Obama ...
“I don't have any Rugers. There are a few models we sell a lot of, but I can't even get them,” he said. Southport, Conn.
What's Going On With Gun Sales?
Sturm, Ruger & Co., recently reported that it is suspending taking orders until May. It is not that Ruger is shutting down—a patent falsehood I saw on a chat room from an anonymous and oblivious “insider”—but the company cannot keep up with orders.
Gun Sales Booming: Doomsday, Obama or Zombies?
Gun maker Sturm, Ruger says that in the first quarter it received orders for more than 1 million firearms--so many that it has now had to stop taking orders.
New Obama slogan has long ties to Marxism, socialism
The Obama campaign apparently didn't look backwards into history when selecting its new campaign slogan, “Forward” - a word with a long and rich association with European Marxism.
Arms and the man
For example, Sturm, Ruger & Co., firearms manufacturers, donated $1 for each gun they sold last year and thereby collected $1.2m for the NRA's lobbying arm.
Gun jam: Sales clog as fears -- election, doomsday, etc. -- rise
"I don't have any Rugers. There are a few models we sell a lot of, but I can't even get them," he said. Southport, Conn.
141st Annual Meeting: NRA Gets in Touch With Its Feminine Side
Stocks of heritage firearm manufacturers Smith & Wesson and Sturm Ruger are both at multiyear highs. After a ... Down the aisle, Charter Arms owner Nick Ecker said women's models now account for 35 percent of his Connecticut company's total sales.