Skip to comments.Gun Frenzy: Photos Show How Quickly Stores Across the Nation Are Selling Out: “Lines Out the Door”
Posted on 12/22/2012 3:22:13 PM PST by Kartographer
After nationwide calls to ban assault rifles and high-capacity magazines following the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Americans concerned about the governments coming move to restrict the sale, the transfer, the importation and the possession of firearms deemed too dangerous to be in the hands of private citizens are cleaning out gun stores from coast to coast.
While some retailers have made the decision to suspend sales and stop selling certain firearms altogether, others are seeing sales skyrocket to never before seen levels. Parking lots are packed and hopeful shoppers are waiting hours for their chance to get their hands on weapons, parts and magazines that may soon be banned under Federal mandates.
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Remember, you are not a captive on gun threads, you have the option of going to a Starbuck’s coffee thread and if there isn't one, you could start one. I like Cafe Latte with extra foam.
When I left the keys hanging on the front door for about a week, the cop told me, John, you can't bait like that.
Funny thing, they always look down to see what I'm wearing. ;)
I'm the guy that gets them in trouble because their situational awareness is less than good. I try to make noise when walking up on them, so they don't react badly.
I'm less than worried about the local yokels. I'd catch a bullet for any of them. Even the fat chicks are good people.
snitches who turn in gun owner’s and church goer’s
I won't go to a church where most folks aren't carrying.
You might want to take that chip off your shoulder.
Well I am not a coward and I’ll openly state that I have every gun I ever purchased.
Come and get them!
My pointing out the tiresome crap from a few is no different than telling a buffoon that his fly is open. I consider it a service but don’t care if they remedy the situation or not. If they want to be tiresome it is their affair.
Good evening and good whiskey to you.
I’m pretty sure the top three photos are from the Florida Gun Exchange store in Holly Hill, Florida. Great store with very knowledgeable staff.
On 2nd thought, maybe not, but it sure looks a LOT like it.
“...snitches who turn in gun owners and church goers.”
Ahh - gotcha. Often times that would be a two-fer. Not worried about goin’ down swingin’ - I’m goin’ home to Jesus anyways....
“Funny thing, they always look down to see what I’m wearing. ;)”
Well, I have a better mental picture of you since it is now winter. I think you have pants on now. Note I paged Kart since he is interested in your choice of body coverings as the seasons pass. Just think, if you lived up north, you’d almost have to wear covering clothing most of the year.
Most of the men I know CC at church. Don’t know about the ladies, though.
“...it is their affair.” Good, so you won't have to “rock their boat” any more about their losing their guns when the boat turned over.
Our gun friends on these threads have been out a lot of money from losing their guns in a boat accident. You don't seem to have empathy for their losses. A pity.
I expect on Tuesday next, I'll be toasting "friends not present". And a bunch of smelly barstids that I happen to be related to, for certain values of related, will lift their glass.
Tonight, I'm stuck with coffee and later, some cheap store-bought beer.
Why does zero keep doing things to shoot weapons sales thru the roof, over and over again?
Can Jarrett seriously not put 1 + 1 together?
Hate to break it to you sister, but that horse left the barn about two years ago...
I traded a few and sold a few I wish I hadn't. Sentimental value more than monetary. My first being a Winchester Model 94 that I ordered from the J C Penney catalog.
Well good luck.
My relatives are my wife and our progeny and their progeny.
Life is good.
JR, you always put a smile on my face. Merry Christmas!
I guessing it won't look like that.
First, they pass a law making, let's say, AR15s illegal to own.
Then they can use this law to pick up any offender, at their own pace, selectively.
No need to make a dangerous sweep. Just enforce the law as they wish, like they do now.
My regret is selling my ‘72 Chevelle SS.
At that rate my grandkids will have grandkids.
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