Retirement plan participants might be socking away money fromgun sales toward their futures—even those opposed to guns.

Lots of participants might be shocked to learn that many of themutual funds that fill their retirement portfolios invest in guncompanies—and the number of those funds is higher than one mightthink.

CBS News reports that both actively and passivelymanaged funds have stock in gun manufacturers and sporting goodsstores that sell guns, with approximately 35 percent of U.S. stockfunds including investments in a maker or retailer of guns andammunition.

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