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Current events and the prospects of more restrictive gun laws are driving sales.
We are in the midst of another run on guns and ammo, fueled in part by Americans continuing to arm themselves in a time of uncertainty.
The stocks of companies that make and sell guns and ammunition have done very well this year.
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Shipments could start showing signs of decline in March.
Analysts seem bullish on firearms as Sturm Ruger leads the pack of gun stocks in Real Money's "Vice Squad" watch list.
So-called vice stocks have been paying off big lately, and one fund manager says it has everything to do with strong customer loyalty among brands.
All have clear risk points but possible favorable rewards.