Saw this linked at Sipsey Street: A Washington Times story about how gun purchase levels have fallen off now that concern new gun control measures has subsided. The Times notes only 1.3 million NICS background checks were conducted in Jnne, that's less than half what took place in December.
I suspect some of anxiety may have passed. But the next big push by gun grabbers could just as easily ignite another wave. In the meantime, maybe folks who bought guns are now concentrating on stockpiling ammuntion to feed them. While guns racks beginning to fill out again in many stores, ammo shelves for popular handgun and some rifle rounds seem to get stripped just as fast as they did last January or February.
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