Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. wants to reassure the investment community that our financial reporting and regular disclosures to our shareholders and government regulators have continuously met the highest ethical standards, even before the recent passage of legislation.
Our shareholders can continue to rely upon solid, straightforward reports of our operating results. We do not have the burden of servicing any debt, nor do we attempt to manage the Company's affairs to maximize today's short-term share price. Rather, the Company will continue to be run in a highly ethical manner, which best serves the interests of our shareholders, our employees, and of course, our loyal customers.
This web site is the latest medium through which we can provide information to our stockholders. The Company's financial press releases and Securities and Exchange Commission filings will be posted on this site immediately and historical financial information and filings are also available.
Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. has been publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange since 1990 under the ticker symbol RGR. The New York Stock Exchange web site may be visited at www.NYSE.com.
Sturm, Ruger is audited by McGladrey & Pullen LLP. The audit team is based in Stamford, CT.
Registered shareholders who hold their shares in their own name should address communications concerning their statements, dividend payments, address changes, lost certificates and other administrative matters to our transfer agent:
Sturm, Ruger now participates in the Direct Registration System.
As a registered shareholder you are eligible for direct deposit of dividends through Computershare. Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. does not currently have a dividend reinvestment program for its registered shareholders.
Beneficial shareholders who hold their shares through banks or brokerage houses ("Street Name") should direct communications on all administrative matters to their stockbroker. If your stock is held in "Street Name" you are not eligible for direct deposit of dividends. Please contact your stockbroker for more information regarding reinvestment of dividends.