Sales of firearms have soared in America over the past twenty years. But fewer people are purchasing.
Today America's guns are concentrated in the hands of a comparatively small number of enthusiasts.
Their love of add-ons and special features has been a boon to gun manufacturers. Their periodic fear of anti-gun regulation has made sales spike in the past. But relying on a concentrated market of mega-buyers can come at a cost.
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