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Old 07-30-2012, 02:16 AM   #11
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I work at a gun shop a few hrs a month for free range time, and ammo discounts. I havn't been there since the shooting, but talked to one of the owners on Friday. He said they have been swamped , SW/COLT/RUGER are having a hard time keeping up with certain models. They have over 200 guns on back order, and ammo, mags, etc, are flying out the door. He said it does not seem like its an increase of new gun owners, so much as it is people stocking up. Im going to be there 4 hrs on Sat. so will be able to give a more detailed report after that. But this Senate amendment will just throw more gas on the fire
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New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a long-time supporter of tougher gun laws, went after both Obama and Romney on Monday for what he called an absence of leadership on the issue.

“If Washington doesn't act, 48,000 Americans will be murdered with guns during the next president's term,” Bloomberg said. “We should be having a great debate among two accomplished leaders and the people they're asking to hire them."

Just for sh!ts and giggles anyone got the statistics for firearm murders nationwide per year?
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Not sure if i understand , It says SA-2575 will make it illegal to own or transfer large capacity feeding devices. Then down further it says sales and transfer will be allowed until the law takes effect. So can we keep the ones we already have. or will millions of high cap mags be confiscated.
I posted the entire section that was added in the bill, here is the link:

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New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a long-time supporter of tougher gun laws, went after both Obama and Romney on Monday for what he called an absence of leadership on the issue.

“If Washington doesn't act, 48,000 Americans will be murdered with guns during the next president's term,” Bloomberg said. “We should be having a great debate among two accomplished leaders and the people they're asking to hire them."

Just for sh!ts and giggles anyone got the statistics for firearm murders nationwide per year?
M Moore said there were 13,000 murders in the USA in 2010, 8,700 of them were CAUSED by firearms.
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Damn I was hoping his numbers were way off. Oh well
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damn i was hoping his numbers were way off. Oh well
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I work at a gun shop a few hrs a month for free range time, and ammo discounts. I havn't been there since the shooting, but talked to one of the owners on Friday. He said they have been swamped , SW/COLT/RUGER are having a hard time keeping up with certain models. They have over 200 guns on back order, and ammo, mags, etc, are flying out the door. He said it does not seem like its an increase of new gun owners, so much as it is people stocking up. Im going to be there 4 hrs on Sat. so will be able to give a more detailed report after that. But this Senate amendment will just throw more gas on the fire
^^^^Yep I had a guy spend some money too As a home based guy just starting out I've seen an uptick as well. Not anything with big margins but an uptick nonetheless.
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I guess the other 4,300 murders must have been CAUSED by people ?
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No they were caused by the bullets. Lol
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