We like to keep a good arsenal on hand and you can never have enough ammo, however the latest election results should not lead to breaking the bank to stock up on rifles, pistols, and high capacity magazines. The simple matter here is that the Republicans secured control of the House of Representatives and the Senate is so closely divided that no legislation will make its way to the Executive Office to be signed into law. Other detriments could certainly play out over the next four years, but in the near term Congress is on the side of the 2nd Amendment.
In the grand scheme of things we think firearms sales will not stagnate or drop precipitously after any initial surge simply for the growing awareness and increasing popularity among different demographics. This can certainly be said for women among others not stereo-typically tied to gun ownership for self defense, training, hunting, or a general evening of the playing field.
The improved gun climate on television, growing magazine media, and dominance of online media have shown that the shared interest to embrace the right to bare arms is not waning and if anything gaining awareness from those legislators that realize it is a detriment to introduce any legislation that impedes these rights. In fact there has been a lot of growth in support for the cause of concealed carry, silencers, magazine capacity for hunting, and other firearms related legislation on the State level. Granted there are certainly those pariah states who don't fully grasp the second amendment, but these are well known instances that need to be contained. A move to Arizona or other "friendly" states can solve a lot of problems.