Slowing Gun Sales: Don’t Listen To The Hype

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What goes up will eventually come down, and that will at some point include firearms sales. Monthly firearm sales nationwide declined last month compared to last year, but 2021 still remains the second best selling year for firearms ever.

A couple of points to consider is first, unlike with many other “durable goods” from TVs to appliances to furniture, firearms aren’t typically replaced in the same way, yet additionally gun buyers may still make repeated purchases for a collection. That is often why firearm sales can remain strong even in bad economies, while a plethora of outside factors can drive those sales.

September Dip

September sales did see a decline, and according to the latest data from Small Arms Analytics & Forecasting (SAAF) estimated sales were about 1.45 million units for the month, a year-over-year decrease of 18 percent.
Source: 1945
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