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They've been in business twenty years and now it's time for a flood but it wasn't a gun bill Ruger collected high and antique automobiles and so in that vein he designed what was known as the Ruger sports tourer which was a car based on the Bentley man it had an estimated retail price of twelve to thirteen thousand dollars bill read the market wrong with the car and it left was kind of a rare occurrence for him he usually was a keen eye and knew what people wanted but they did not want this car so they only made two of them when they turned their focus back to making guns unfortunately they've already spent eight years and four hundred thousand dollars developing a car that never made it to production nonetheless when they turned their attention back to guns they did well in the seventies by nineteen seventy nine which was the company's thirtieth anniversary for the models they offered had already sold a million units each and they finished up their thirtieth anniversary with sales totaling sixty eight point eight million dollars and a profit of seven point nine million which was up like fourteen percent over the previous year alone so by nineteen eighty nine and at at this point in American history the idea of a so called assault weapons ban.