It's time for Firearms Industry News for Friday the 13th, and we have some spooky news. In this episode: the ATF is already conspiring with the Biden transition team to infringe your rights, and the FPC is suing people like a boss!
Welcome to Firearms Industry News for November 6, 2020. We still don't know who the president is, but hey who cares because we sold almost 2 million guns in October! Woo hoo freedom!
Let's be honest, we all kind of saw this coming
In the news, the Coasties are getting a new gun, Clark County Nevada has released large event guidelines that will surely affect SHOT Show, and the Red Ryder is back for Christmas!
On this special edition of Firearms Industry News, we take a look at Joe Biden's plan for Gun Control if he gets elected. The goal with this episode is to provide analysis and probability of each plan happening, not to fear monger.
In this special episode of Firearms Industry News, we go into detail on who the mysterious purchaser of Remington's assets is: a company called Roundhill Group, run by Scott Soura and Richmond Italia, which has a suspicious connection to the current leadership at Remington.
In this week's episode of the news we have: Steel Challenge Results, good news for SAF, and a sight that looks like a boob.
Yesterday, Remington announced the winning bidders in its bankruptcy asset sale. The big news is that Ruger is going to buy Marlin firearms, and the Round Hill Group, a property investment company, will buy all the Remington firearms assets. Vista Outdoors, owners of Federal, CCI, and Speer will buy the Remington Ammo business and license the Remington brand name from Round Hill Group.
Today in the news we've got some match results, SHOT Show is still on, and Democrats want to ban online ammo sales
Hey it’s the news! And Max Michel is hella good at shooting