Ammunition consumers indicate that demand will remain strong well into 2021. According to research, multiple reasons are driving the continued unparalleled demand.
Concurrently with tracking the unprecedented 2020 market, Southwick Associates today released a report detailing the size and trends of the 2019 hunting and shooting sports market.
Despite well-publicized decreases in the firearm and ammunition categories, 2018 sales for accessories and support equipment grew, driving the overall market to a total of $21.3 billion in retail sale
Stockpilers, or those who set aside 20% or more of their ammunition purchases for future use, account for 44% of all ammunition purchasers.
When it comes to finding that perfect place to hunt, a lot of factors play into the decision, a recent HunterSurvey.com survey discovered.
Mentors and mentoring programs are the best way to grow the next generation of sportsmen, and it’s encouraging to see this role carried out by many hunters and recreational shooting enthusiasts.
SAMM is a quarterly survey that tracks hunters, shooters, and anglers’ use of outdoor media including television, magazines, websites, social media and more. The service also ranks the top individuals
Economic reports by Southwick Associates reveal that more than 53 million Americans consider themselves sportsmen, spending over $93.5 billion in 2016 on gear, licenses, travel, clothing & gas.
Sportsmen spent more than $24 billion on hunting, shooting, and sportfishing equipment in 2017, according to new market size reports available from Southwick Associates.
The changing consumer indicates the same old tried and true marketing tactics will not work on today’s and tomorrow’s firearm owner.
Sportsmen are spending millions of dollars on hunting and recreational shooting equipment, but which brands are they buying?
Insights into the needs, motivations, habits and purchases associated with the self- and home-protection market for firearms and accessories are now available.
One of the most debated topics in the hunting world is whether or not products that are geared to hide or mask human scent while hunting are effective.
According to a survey conducted through HunterSurvey.com, there was a 68-percent increase over the last five years of those hunters who video their hunts.
Crimson Trace has been recognized as America’s Top Brand of Laser Sights in a recently released Southwick Associates report.
Southwick Associates has announced their brand new 2016 top brands list for many hunting and shooting product categories.
Firearms and accessories consumers are not all the same. Business growth depends on understanding consumers’ evolving needs.
For nearly a decade, firearm sales have been driven in part by a fear of increased restrictions on firearm sales and ownership.
Growing your business depends on knowing who favors your products, who favors your competition and why.
We are proud to announce the hiring of two new staff members and research experts, Patrick Hogan and Lorna Caputo, and the promotion of Nancy Bacon to Vice President.