By Alex WroblewskiSeptember 14, 2018, 11:05:02By Alex WrotzerSeptember 14-16, 2018The Midwest Shooting Supplies Market (MSSM) has collapsed.
This article is not about how much shooting supply is left, it’s about how quickly.
According to Gun Digest Magazine, there are only 3,200 MSSM dealers in the US, and only one of them is still in business.
That means if you buy guns, ammunition and supplies from a gun dealer in Chicago, you’re actually paying for gun sales.
As it stands, there is currently only one MSSW dealer in the Midwest.
The company has been operating since 1995, but is now going out of business due to the lack of demand.
In 2017, MSSMs sales totaled just under $8.7 billion, but they’ve now fallen to $7.3 billion.
While this has been a slow and steady decline, it has been happening for some time.
The market was worth $11.5 billion in 2015, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
At the same time, there was an increase in firearm sales in 2017.
That was due to an increase of approximately 10% in overall firearm sales.
However, this doesn’t mean that gun manufacturers can’t make money from the gun market anymore.
That’s what we know for sure.
After all, manufacturers are looking at the MSS market in a different way than they did a few years ago.
Gun makers are selling more firearms in the United States, and with a lower price point.
That has created a demand for a lot more guns.
That’s not to say gun manufacturers are making huge profits.
Some gun manufacturers have a higher profit margin than the market at large.
But the majority of the gun manufacturers who are still in the business are profitable, so the profit margins are higher.