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Discourse » Gun control debate fueling sales as 60,000 gather for annual event.

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A big part of the company’s line includes tactical sporting guns, which are military-style rifles designed for hunting. Petersen even showed off a huge 50-caliber Ranger rifle, designed as a sporting gun for long-range shooting.

Judging from packed aisles filled with all kinds of firearms and hunting gear, the industry appears alive and very well in the midst of controversy over how some of its products have been used.

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