Shares of firearms companies sold off Friday, after August data on national gun background checks showed a slowdown from the recent surge.
Smith & Wesson is set to report financials for its July quarter, and all indications point to bang-up profits for the gunmaker.
Smith & Wesson rose more than 4 percent in the premarket, putting it on track to open near an all-time intraday high.
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Shares of gun stocks plunged Friday on reports that a background check system run by the FBI showed slowing growth in May.
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As the debate over tighter controls on firearms purchases rages in Washington, Las Vegas is gearing up for the biggest gun show of the year.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed Tuesday, stabilizing after a sharply lower start to the year, amid pressure from declines in oil prices and Apple stock.
"We do not have to accept this carnage as the price of freedom," President Barack Obama said Tuesday.
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Obama says his executive order is consistent with the Second Amendment right to bear arms.