At Least ONE Area Where the Stuttering Clusterfuck of a Miserable Failure, Der Fubar, Actually Stimulated Something

Gun sales continue to, should we?, why not?, fuck it we can’t NOT go with this: “necessarily skyrocket” *rimshot!*

Smith & Wesson stock Friday was zooming, thanks to a stellar earnings report. The firearms maker also boosted its outlook for the rest of the year. Because of the strong business, its backlog of orders more than doubled from the same quarter last year, the company is concentrating on boosting production and building inventory.

It’s not news as such, really, since gun sales took off like a Saturn V the moment Der Fubar cinched the nomination back in ’08 and have been going strong ever since. At this rate, they’ll be in orbit around Alpha Centauri come November.

And another gun maker, Sturm, Ruger & Co., also hit a milestone of sorts in terms of meeting consumer demand. It produced its one-millionth gun of the year…well ahead of last year’s pace.

“It took us nearly all of 2011 to build one million firearms, but in 2012 we accomplished it on August 15th,” said Ruger President and CEO Mike Fifer in a statement.

We hate to say it but, in all fairness, the firearms industry really ought to think about a donation to the upcoming Brrrrack Hussein Obutthead Presidential Library, considering how much he’s done for them. And it’s not only us saying so:

“I should put Obama’s picture on the wall up there,” said one New Jersey gun salesman, asking not to be identified. “I’d name him salesman of the month!”

Mwahahahahahahaha!

Others say it’s not only that:

“Sure, about a third of it is politics,” said a Maryland salesman, who also didn’t want to be named. “But the majority are people concerned about safety. They are worried about crime and looking at the economy and no one having jobs. They want to be protected now. So they’re buying.”

Which is true, but just why are those fine citizens worried to such a degree about crime due to joblessness due to… who again?

Bingo! You win a Kewpie Doll.

It all leads back to one jugeared Marxist totalitarian freak in the White House and his corrupt Junta.

And the fact that Americans, all anxious Eeyore pundits clutching their smelling salts and pearls at the sight of every last D+56 “polling” result notwithstanding, aren’t ready to be slaves.

You might say that they’re downright hostile to the idea, the ridiculous peasants, clinging bitterly to their bibles and their, ahem, guns.

America is trying to send you a message, Lapdog Media and Democrat National Socialists. Keep not listening at your own peril because we, frankly, don’t give a damn anymore.

Thatisall.

9 comments

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Am I glad I bought shares in S&W and Sturm Ruger. Hopefully, I’ll get enough of a dividend that I can buy some actual product. :em01:
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    LC HJ Caveman82952 growls and barks:

    Also a huge growing market is the baby boomers, many old enough to not be able to run or fight. But we can shoot. Welcome aboard you belated bastards, I’m way ahead of you…
    Now to decide whether to get the ..44 mag revolver or the .22 SA? Sorta leaning towards the .22, conceal easy, nice LR pistol to go with the rifle. Already got a .357mag……hmmmmm, decisions, decisions…….

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    At Least ONE Area Where the Stuttering Clusterfuck of a Miserable Failure, Der Fubar, Actually Stimulated Something

    I’m not exactly sure that Reggie Love’s taint is an appropriate topic for discussion :em06:

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    Where I work, we call that job security.

    And no, I still can’t lay my hands on a Springfield XDs, a S&W M&P Shield, or a Ruger LC9. Good luck to anyone who can! As for the KelTec KSG shotgun….it’s vaporware…KelTec comes up with great concepts but fails to deliver yet again. Another disappointment from KelTec, the PMR30 .22 Magnum pistol, is back out of production after discovering that its barrel length and rifle twist rate was incompatible with the .22 Magnum cartridge, causing the bullets to tumble rather than fly true.

    Ruger wins the prize, in my book, for the best idea of the year, the 10/22 Takedown. Springfield Armory is a close second with the ultra-compact .45 ACP Springfield XDs. I’ll be adding both to the personal arsenal after the “new” wears off and they start actually being available on a regular basis.

    Bulk Lake City XM855 is available most places again, finally, but don’t expect a price break. 1000 rounds of this popular 5.56 round is running $500 and up most places.
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    themandownthehall growls and barks:

    Gun sales are up because people think that Obama will lose and the savages of the cities won’t take it too kindly…

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    onesmack4u growls and barks:

    LC Sir M – Imperial Tobacconist™, K.o.E. @ #:

    All of those things can be found for a fairly reasonable price on the internet if you know where to look.

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    Mattexian growls and barks:

    We hate to say it but, in all fairness, the firearms industry really ought to think about a donation to the upcoming Brrrrack Hussein Obutthead Presidential Library, considering how much he’s done for them.

    Considering how he’s sealed up all his records so far, wouldn’t it be better for them to buy him a gigantic gun safe to lock all his papers in? The idea of Barry having a Presidential Library boggles the mind, when it would resemble a bank vault!
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    BigDogg growls and barks:

    I love Cheaper than Dirt … I just got 1000 rounds of .45 ACP for a very reasonable price. So reasonable, in fact, that I had enough cash left over to pick up a few hundred rounds of .308. :em01:

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    LC SecondMouse growls and barks:

    One side effect of Obama’s great salesmanship is that the price of training ammo has gone up considerably. I used to be able to get surplus 556 in brass at a quarter a piece, but haven’t seen that price in a couple of years. The range nearest the house has been crazy this year, with many new shooters.

    Maybe a Republican win this fall will cut the cost of some acquisitions I am planning to make as well? We can only hope. I need a new carry, and would like to add a good M1.