With bogus and possible illegal political pressure being put on banks working with "legal" gun manufactures, besides pressure for public pension plans to divest of gunmakers stocks, look for M&A discussion. Money is cheap right now and the two guns stocks are dirt cheap. I think both SWHC and RGR could be candidates for going private.
i hope they do go private, if not, watch out for the Soros's funds picking up the shares, gaining control of he company and then decide they won't sell to anyone other than military and police. Marxist thinking that eliminates any challenge to the 2nd amendment, a thought..
There are enough private companies to fill the gap. I own shares in SWHC and if Soros wants to buy the company at double the present pps, I say make my day!!! All that will happen is that RGR, Sig Sauer, Glock and others will be selling more and the customers will continue to have a good supply of firearms. In the meantime, SWHC shareholders will see a bonanza!!!