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Remington Arms filed for bankruptcy on Monday, its second restructuring since 2018.
Prior to filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the firearms manufacturer had been in talks with the Navajo Nation about a potential sale, but the negotiations fell through. A person with knowledge of the matter told The Wall Street Journal that Remington’s firearms and ammunition businesses could now be sold off separately. Gun sales are up in the United States, with the FBI conducting a record number of background checks for licenses in June, the Journal reports.