We've detected that you're using an ad content blocking browser plug-in or feature. Ads provide a critical source of revenue to the continued operation of Silicon Investor.  We ask that you disable ad blocking while on Silicon Investor in the best interests of our community.  If you are not using an ad blocker but are still receiving this message, make sure your browser's tracking protection is set to the 'standard' level.
Microcap & Penny Stocks
SAFR - Safari Associates Inc.
An SI Board Since July 1998
Posts SubjectMarks Bans
33 1 0
Emcee:  Rory McLeod Type:  Unmoderated
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.)
Previous 25 | Next 25 | View Recent | Post Message
Go to reply# or date (mm/dd/yy):
ReplyMessage PreviewFromRecsPosted
33 I know I may be talking to myself but... I received a quote tonite on Quicken. Debra&Jeff-5/3/2000
32 Well it appears the sleeper has awakened! NEWS!!! The first press release we haDebra&Jeff-2/10/1999
31 Yeah, SAFR and AFRI are both dogging it. Damn Barrington. They should be kilmichael john stout-1/12/1999
30 As you may note we are way behind in following anything and everything! We'Debra&Jeff-12/21/1998
29 Any new updates on SAFR? michael john stout-12/14/1998
28 I actually know nothing about AFRI. My point was more towards thinly traded stoDebra&Jeff-11/18/1998
27 Hmm. I don't really know anything about SAFR, but it does sound like it comichael john stout-11/18/1998
26 Well we're not in SAFR because of Barrington's. We weren't even awaDebra&Jeff-11/17/1998
25 What's the story? Looks like Barrington's may have pulled a fast one omichael john stout-11/17/1998
24 LMAO! No they had to stop using that film. It seems that every time they shot aDebra&Jeff-10/1/1998
23 Hi Jeff; One question here. Does that Smith & Wesson camera shoot .357 Mag.Frank Fontaine-10/1/1998
22 An SI poster with level II was kind enough to get the MM's for me. Since IDebra&Jeff-9/17/1998
21 The following is an OCR version of the current investor letter, in case anyone Debra&Jeff-9/3/1998
20 these posts are a piece of history, there are many good companies which arenCavalry-8/18/1998
19 Accepted, but I agree you raised some questions worth asking. After reading TDebra&Jeff-8/18/1998
18 that was some solid dd you have in on this one, i apologize again you made someCavalry-8/17/1998
17 Thanks for your reasonable response. I found the info and didn't even realiDebra&Jeff-8/16/1998
16 full report, union trading of norway, put 011 in front Cavalry-8/16/1998
15 Well we didn't receive a copy of the entire report, only the Safari portionDebra&Jeff-8/16/1998
13 I know Jan & Feb are similar. I told the company the problem (IMHO) was thaDebra&Jeff-7/30/1998
12 Feb 98 release: Smith & Wesson NEWS RELEASE February 1998 SMITH & WEDebra&Jeff-7/30/1998
11 Jan 98 Release: Smith & Wesson SMITH & WESSON SIGNS LICENSING AGREEMEDebra&Jeff-7/30/1998
10 Since you mentioned history.... The following two posts are news releases, froDebra&Jeff-7/30/1998
9 Jeff, <i>The process you mention does not sound like it would benefit SaRory McLeod-7/29/1998
Previous 25 | Next 25 | View Recent | Post Message
Go to reply# or date (mm/dd/yy):