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Old Today, 10:26 AM
 
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Gun sales surging.

Liberals will never learn.

Thank you for the profits I will be enjoying.[/QUOTE

What guns are selling most?
AKs and ARs and some full auto.
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Old Today, 10:27 AM
 
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So it is just the fear of not being able to buy a certain type of gun.

So is it just assault type guns that are being purchased?
Nope, all kinds. Sold a Thompson the other day.
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Old Today, 10:28 AM
 
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You are glad for these shootings so you can make money. That is pretty sick.
Liberals and their cry for gun control impact my profits.
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Old Today, 10:29 AM
 
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Seriously think about the reason you are celebrating gun sales.

Because how many people died?

Disgusting....

Have you seen the panic Americans are feeling -- a loud bang can send hundreds stampeding out of malls, downtown locales, businesses.....and you are celebrating gun sales...profit from this kind of tragedy and fear.

I can't imagine where the USA went wrong that this is okay to voice out loud and proud.
The surge in gun sales is not the result of the mass shootings but Democrats advocating doing away with one of the bill of rights. Of course people will panic and stockpile these weapons, just in case they succeed this time.
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Old Today, 10:30 AM
 
Location: Kansas City, MISSOURI
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Liberals and their cry for gun control impact my profits.
I'm sure morticians are thanking liberals too.
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Old Today, 10:35 AM
 
Location: Colorado
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The mass shootings didnít cause the spike, idiot liberals and their never ending cry to ban guns is causing the spike. Happens every time. Thank you liberals for my profits.

Of course not, but leftists will take the opportunity to be intentionally obtuse to further their own agenda OR they suffer from poor reading comprehension abilities.


And I decided I like my Zastava PAP M92 so much I picked up two more.
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Old Today, 10:35 AM
 
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AKs and ARs and some full auto.
So specifically the ones that some want to ban.

So when folks start talking about banning or restricting certain type of guns it seems to create an increase in purchases for those guns.
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Old Today, 10:40 AM
 
Location: Oklahoma
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Spoken as a true lib.


We would be far better off banning cars and swimming pools if you wanted to reduce deaths in America. Automobiles are a far more deadly weapon than firearms, yet libs don't seem to care about traffic deaths, as it is not a political hot button issue.
The car/swimming pool screed is one of my favorites demonstrating the ridiculous lengths that gunsters will go to avoid admitting that guns are dangerous.

I remember when "libs" were trying to get seat belt laws passed and conservatives were throwing a fit about it. I remember when Ralph Nadar was promoting legislation for vehicle safety laws and conservatives considered him the devil incarnate. Ironically, all these laws and legislation reduced traffic deaths.

And the swimming pool thing is even more ridiculous. We don't have an epidemic of people running around drowning people in swimming pools. When's the last time there was a headline that said "22 people killed in mass drowning?"
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Old Today, 10:42 AM
 
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And the swimming pool thing is even more ridiculous. We don't have an epidemic of people running around drowning people in swimming pools. When's the last time there was a headline that said "22 people killed in mass drowning?"
But in the grand picture, more children drown in pools than people are killed in mass shootings. By a factor of 10.
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Old Today, 10:48 AM
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Location: Columbia, SC
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And politicizing a tragedy is okay?
You don't think you're politicizing a tragedy by dancing the jg about more gun sales and then sarcastically calling out liberals?

No, of course you don't
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