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I spoke with my buddy who owns a gun store and he says he is selling a record number of guns and ammo this month. He sold 84 gun

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  • rudyglove27
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    Scared tactics!

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  • Christian Emter
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    Yes because Obama is threatineng to take all our guns and ammo away so every one is stalking up. Espacially assalt rifles.

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  • kolbster
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    the last 2 gun shows i have been to i havent even been able to get close to the tables there have been so many people.

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  • alabamahunter
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    Everyone is worried about what Osama... I mean Obama is going to do in the way of legaslation involving gun control.

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  • buckhunter
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    Just realized my question does not say what state I'm from. I'm in Ohio.

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  • Beekeeper
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    Ammo, components and firearms or all types are flying off the shelves in Georgia.

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  • streack
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    In my neck of the woods they have been selling semi-auto pistols like men on fire.

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  • Jim in Mo
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    It's true. I didn't believe it till I went shopping and saw it for myself.

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  • usmcturkey
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    North Carolina and New York they are flying off the shelves, along with ammo. My exchange said they would be backed up for a month or two. Which sucks because I want to buy my first pistol.

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  • HillbillyDeluxe
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    It's on like Donkey Kong in Oregon. At the gun show in Portland a couple months back, The assault rifle salesmen had to restock before the first day was over.

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  • Sportsman Matt
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    All except for Taxachusetts, the only state where you can't buy anything because the state overtaxes everything.

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  • Armchair Mike
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    I can say that in Alabama at a recent gun show, any guns with "assault rifle" overtones were selling like nobody's business. Chinese MAK-9Os and Russian semi-auto AKs were over $800. (I paid $100 for the Chinese version in excellent condition years ago.) Yugoslav SKS rifles were bumping $300. The only military rifle that does not seem to have benefited from the price run-up is the lowly Mosin Nagant. The long-barreled variant of this old warhorse is still selling for $119 including the bayonet.

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  • rrmont
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    Hit enter and wasn't done yet. From what I hear the rush is on every where. I know it sure is here in the Texas panhandle.

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  • rrmont
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    It's becuase of our new President and the laws that he wants to change.

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  • I spoke with my buddy who owns a gun store and he says he is selling a record number of guns and ammo this month. He sold 84 gun

    I spoke with my buddy who owns a gun store and he says he is selling a record number of guns and ammo this month. He sold 84 guns Saturday alone. I was wondering if the rush is on all over the country?

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