Discussion in 'New Roundtable' started by Frogleg, Aug 18, 2020.
It literally took me 10 mins to get my pistol the other day.
I had to wait about 20 minutes at my local gun store, the other day. Guy behind the counter said it’s from the influx of requests.
That's what they told me when I had to wait 10 days
10 days is a while, though.
They never heard back. The law says they can sell it after 10 days if the don't hear back. I wanted a S&W 9mom from Academy. They never heard back after 30 days but their policy is not to sell if they don't
Is the panic to buy guns and ammo related to an expectation of widespread violence following the election, or in anticipation of an overall anti-gun effort from a Biden/Democratic Congress?
Probably both. I went to a gun show a couple of months ago. The line to get in stretched all the way around to the back of a large convention in building. A lot of the people were black
Back in 2012, I had planned for some time to start reloading the day school let out for Christmas. Turns out, that was the same day Sandy Hook occurred. My plan was to start ordering the first day of vacation. About everything went away in one day. I had scraps for months, if I could find bullets, I couldn’t find powder, or primers. If I could find cases, I couldn’t find powder. Tough first six or 9 months. I learned to get what you can when you can. And if something is in stock, buy it, then continue shopping.
mostly due to peaceful protests....
its always like this around election times. But more now because Biden and Harris have openly advocated stricter gun laws