Another big gun seller has been hit since Trump’s election

The gun industry just took another nasty shot to the gut.

The largest independent gun retailer in the US has slashed its sales forecasts since the election of Donald Trump as president, new securities filings show.

Cabela’s, an outdoorsy chain that generates roughly 40 percent of its sales through guns and hunting-related items, is projecting a same-store sales drop of 2 percent this year, versus its earlier forecast of 1 percent growth, according to a Tuesday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.