The results were driven by "continued robust consumer demand for
firearms," said Smith & Wesson CEO James Debney, who singled out
sales of the company's Military & Police pistols and "modern
Smith & Wesson said it expanded production in the quarter and has been at maximum capacity for a year. "Despite these capacity increases, the company was unable to meet the ongoing demand across all of its firearm product lines," the company said in a press release.