Saturday, November 1, 2008

Gun sales increase in Ohio

Yet another story about the increase in gun sales in advance of the election:
NEWS9 learned Tuesday that a local gun store owner is attributing an increase in assault weapons sales to the approaching election.

Shooters owner Bill Monahan said that many local gun owners are buying more assault weapons because they fear that Sen. Barack Obama will ban them if he wins the White House.

"As soon as Obama looked like he was going to be the presidential candidate, that's when the sales started going up and they've been increasing every month," Monahan said.
"I used to only buy one at a time, but the last time I bought them I bought seven in one day," David Gwynne said.

Article here.

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