During the good times, guns are an investment that will consistently increase in value. During the bad times, they can safeguard your property and family more than any other investment in your portfolio. Either way, the reality is that Americans like their guns. Best of all, there are consistent trends where Americans tend to buy firearms based upon outside forces such as elections, in the wake of mass shootings, or proposed policy changes either locally or nationally. But what about buying a gun as an investment?
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The U.S. Department of Treasury recently released an update to the sanctions. The bad news for firearm enthusiasts is that the new updates prohibit U.S. companies from doing business with Molot-Oruzhie—the manufacturer of VEPR rifle and shotguns. Again, not the biggest piece of news, but for those in the market, or possibly collectors, you’ll want to get yours before supply dries up.
FIME stands for Firearms Importers, Manufacturers, and Exporters. Partner company K-Var has been in the AKM supplies business for a long time. I was excited to get my hands on one rendition of the VEPR platform, an AKM called the FM-AK47. Like other AKMs, it’s chambered in 7.62×39. However, a couple of problems were encountered. Read the full review.