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The Barrington Report posted a strong buy recommendation on SAFR stating:

Safari Associates, Inc. (SAFR) is a U.S. manufacturer and distributor of high volume-high profit specialty products - recycled single use cameras, recoil pads for weapons and self-sealing shot targets.

The Company is licensed to market many of its products under the Smith and Wesson tradename - the world's largest gun manufacturer. The Company is rapidly expanding its sales and distribution network -which supplies law enforcement, military and consumer market within the U.S. -to include Europe and Latin America.

The big news is that SAFR is poised to become the leading supplier of recycled single use cameras in the U.S.- because Fuji Film launched legal action with the International Trade Commission during the first quarter of 1998 to halt exports of recycled cameras to America, citing patent infringement. Analysts predict that the action will prevail and that distributors of recycled single use cameras will be forced to purchase from U.S. manufacturers.

SAFR is the preeminent manufacturer of single use cameras in America and will be in a position to take over the $2 Billion market by second quarter 1999.

SAFR has traded in the range of $.31 - 1.00 per share during the last 12 months. Total shares outstanding are 7,500,000 with a Public Float of only 2,800,000. This stock is ready to "breakout".

Barrington predicts that the stock will rise to $5 per share by the second quarter of 1999 and soar to $12 during the fourth quarter of 2000.


There has been no trading on the stock since 17 July 1998.

What do people know of this company and where do they see it going in the future?? Now's the time to share your DD with everyone.

Cheers, Rory
(I am neither a shareholder nor employee of the company.)