Ruger’s revival is an American success story

by American Firearms Review  |  published on November 24, 2012

Guns and Ammo magazine has the scoop on the incredible turnaround of arms maker Sturm, Ruger, and Co.:

Early last decade, Ruger was bleeding money. While many companies chose to capitalize on Americans’ renewed interest in self-defense guns, Ruger continued with its rather dated line of revolvers and long guns. However, once CEO Michael Fifer joined the company in 2006, the tide began to change dramatically. Ruger’s stock—it’s been on the New York Stock Exchange since 1990—is up 500 percent since 2008, and earlier this week, it was named No. 4 on Forbes magazine’s list of the “Best Small Companies in America.”

It’s always great to see a company revived like that, especially one in the much-maligned gun industry. Keep up the good work, Ruger.

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