Firearm background checks data for the month of November shows that the record-setting year continues, with checks rising 14 percent year-over-year and 9.7 percent from
The data shows that, during November, checks rose to 2,561,281 from 2,243,030 in the same period last year.
The rise in background checks isn't a surprise given the increased number of shooting incidents in the country. According to
Meanwhile, Smith & Wesson Holding Corp
At last check, shares of Smith & Wesson rose 1.90 percent to $23.77. Rival, Sturm Ruger & Company Inc
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