Gun Sales Spike Across the Country after Colorado Shooting (VIDEO)

Discussion in 'News, Headlines and Information' started by whitewolf68, July 27, 2012.

  1. In the days following the Colorado massacre, which left 12 dead and 58 wounded, gun sales spiked across the country.

    In Colorado, background checks were on the rise 41 percent this week; with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation receiving 3,647 background-check requests, about 1,000 more requests than state officials received the week prior to the shooting.

    “It's been insane," Jake Meyers, an employee at Rocky Mountain Guns and Ammo in Parker, CO, told the Denver Post.

  2. cableguy


    I agree. the only downside is that guns are going to get even more expensive. Oh well supply and demand.

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