Sales suddenly soared in December primarily due to one factor.
The gun maker's revised guidance leaves investors with a number of reasons to rejoice.
And which company is now favored to win the Army's Modular Handgun System competition?
Both gun makers are under pressure as the firearms industry normalizes, but one is taking market share to ensure long-term success.
The toy maker wants to become an entertainment powerhouse by buying an animated-movie studio, but it's a risky proposition.
Should investors take a closer look at gunmaker Sturm Ruger?
Hurt by declining demand, high inventories, and lost market share, Ruger's Q3 results aren't pretty. Here's what Foolish investors need to know.
Divergence between the two major toy makers became even more evident after Hasbro's third-quarter earnings report.
With the toymaker announcing earnings next week, Hasbro hopes to do better than one of its main rivals.
Smith & Wesson has misfired in a big way over the past couple of months, but that hasn't changed Wall Street's tune one iota. Find out why the Street loves this cheap stock and whether or not that love translates into a tangible reason to buy Smith & Wesson