Obama says Americans really don’t want more guns.
Hillary says Americans don’t want more guns.
Both of them say almost all Americans want stricter gun control, and both of them would argue that everyone is looking for limitations on high capacity semi-autos etc.
Well according to Smith & Wesson’s earning sheets that definitely isn’t true.
How do we know? Well their overall growth in sales over the course of last year was a staggering 31% higher over last year.
Ending its fiscal year and first full year with an accessory wing, Smith & Wesson reported a 31 percent increase in annual sales, which pushed total revenue to $722.9 million.
The Massachusetts-based gun maker’s current long-term strategy was credited for “delivering financial and operational results that set a number of new company records,” said James Debney, Smith & Wesson’s president and chief executive officer, in a statement with the results.