Ruger Suspends Orders!

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by biggie24420, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. PhysicsGuy

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    The only preparation I see here is the preparation for a recall! :laugh:
     
  2. Dan-Dee Sales Inc

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    Welcome to another election/end of the world/prepper year. LOL
     
  3. Chee-to

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    Southport, CT --(Ammoland.com)- Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR), announced today that for the first quarter 2012, the Company has received orders for more than one million units.

    Therefore, the Company has temporarily suspended the acceptance of new orders.
     
  4. Ding

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    So it has come to this. :paranoid:
     
  5. 4570 Enfield

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    D@#$ ZOMBIES stock up on Hornaday quick. Buy a hipoint while your at it n some .223 were almost out cause of the war.
     
  6. Misterbill

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    If I knew the black guy in the White House was going to cause all this ruckus, I would have switched my investments to publicly held gun companies in 2007. Wow, behind the curve AGAIN....:)
     
  7. pokerace

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    I was born in 1937 we had a different
    description back then.................
     
  8. Lloyd Braun

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    im never gonna get a sr1911 at this rate
     
  9. Wolfcry

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    Guess now I know why we couldn't get a GP100 in last month, shop said all the distributors were sold out. Obama already made it so I can't get the gun I wanted. :( :p *tongue in cheek*
     
  10. hatchj

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    Not quite sure how you guys are blaming this on the gov't....To me, it looks like they're pausing so they can ramp up manufacturing and be caught up instead of being behind five steps and not catching up.
     
  11. samuelm16

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    davidsons is out of everything as well
     
  12. 81selfmade

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    So I guess I'm either gonna have to get my rifle fast or wait another 2 damn months. This really sucks
     
  13. Mark W.

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    Not that I like the guy but OBAMA nor the government are buying up all the firearms being made. Its the CHICKEN LITTLE PUBLIC that is running around trying to squeeze anything they can on the Credit card.

    What I find so silly is that if the Worst case happens and somehow a President figures out how to make law and change the Bill of Rights without 38 states. And somehow confiscation is going to take place the more firearms you have the more you will lose. Unless you think the Blue helmets will be spending all their time dragging the lake bottoms LOL.
     
  14. Cougfan2

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    The sky is NOT falling! They sky is NOT falling! I just get gass from people that post all this fear mongering crappola. Any manufacturer, I repeat, ANY MANUFACTURER in any industry facing this kind of increase of orders beyond production capabilites will most likely suspend new orders until they can figure out what they need to do to ramp up production and determine how long it will take to fill their backlog.
     

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