Skip to comments.U.S. HOT STOCKS: HCA, Sturm Ruger, Morgan Stanley, James River -1-
Posted on 11/07/2012 9:20:55 AM PST by aimhigh
Hospital stocks surged Wednesday and big health insurers slumped . .
Gun stocks surged after President Obama's re-election
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Even though they're right about firearms sales wildly on the upswing in the wake of Obama's re-election, why would they think anyone necessarily chooses a Ruger? Not many well informed gun owners want Ruger's lousy little pocket pistols or their premium grade single shot 'No. 1' African big game rifles chambered in some rare antique caliber intended for bagging a Hippopotamus in Namibia. I don't anticipate Obama going first after Ruger's clumsy trapshooting guns, either.
Better to invest in whatever call sign that Yankee Hill Machine Company, AAC, Rock River Arms, Armalite, and DPMS trade under.
Buying high is stupid.
You are wrong on Ruger,,,,,they sell a crapload of both handguns and rifles.
LCP is the ideal concealed carry
The P series has been popular for 20 years at least
10/22 is a staple of any gun collection
Mini 14 and Mini 30 are popular “ranch rifles”
Finally, the SR-556 is just an amazing gun.
Ruger sells a lot of guns. As of late, they have been able to keep up with demand.
The companies you listed are fine gun makers, but they don’t have the economies of scale that Ruger enjoys with its volume. Ruger is very profitable.
“As of late, they have been UNable to keep up with demand.”
I love my SP-101 .357
Built like a tank, if I run out of rounds I’ll just beat them to a pulp with it.
I have a Ruger KP-89 9mm (Stainless). Same thing.....it just eats ammo and is built heavy just like your SP-101.
It’s all heavy metal and all gun. Unlike some of these composite pieces.
Your ignorance is showing. These firms are not publicly traded.