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Demand for guns may be the biggest factor in how well this firearms maker performs.
The reason suggests the gun boom may not be over.
Because of the gunmaker's unusual shareholder payout formula, its current attractive yield could be at risk.
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Black Friday may have pulled gun sales forward as the firearms industry corrects to a more normalized growth trajectory.
Bad news for gun control could be bad news for gun stocks, too.
All the signs point towards Smith & Wesson making another acquisition -- but what kind of acquisition is the question.
This $10.5 billion company is a leader in a growing industry, its stock has crushed the market over the long term, and it has plenty of room for growth.