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Huey

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  1. I believe I posted about this earlier: Americans are buying more guns than ever before. People worried about the pandemic sometimes buy guns. People worried about protests in this country sometimes buy guns. And by one estimate, people have bought 3 million more guns than normal since March. Almost half of all those sales are to first-time gun owners. NPR's Chris Arnold reports. https://www.npr.org/2020/07/16/891758050/sales-of-guns-to-first-time-owners-rise-amid-covid-19-pandemic
  2. I never said they didn’t. The point is with so many gun owners losing the NRA is gonna change nothing. Nope. Nice try at reframing Tiny Mind.
  3. No, you are no you’re not staying fact. By Jim Curcuruto, NSSF Director of Research and Market Development The early part of 2020 has been unlike any other year for firearm purchases—particularly by first-time buyers—as new NSSF® research reveals millions of people chose to purchase their first gun during the COVID-19 pandemic https://www.nssf.org/millions-of-first-time-gun-buyers-during-covid-19/ DELAWARE, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) — People across the country and here in Ohio are buying guns at record numbers. Experts indicate about 40 percent are new gun o
  4. But they don’t. You have been provided with first time gun owner stats for this year. Stop bullshitting.
  5. Stop flapping your gums and show where I am wrong. I’ll get you started loinfo: The National Rifle Association likes to boast that it represents 5 million gun owners. Or maybe it’s “nearly” 5 million—or perhaps “more than” 5 million. The NRA has never provided solid numbers on how many members it has, yet a look at what data is out there suggests that its claims may be wide of the mark—and the real figure could have dropped by more than 10 percent in the year after Donald Trump was elected president https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2018/03/nra-membership-magazine-numbe
  6. The bad. Trump does not have the authority to do this. thr good. The dems will have to go to court to fight it before an election. a political stunt.
  7. Personally, I am not concerned about Biden’s gun control initiatives from 2019. While he is not a smart man on the issue. None of the ACPs I own have a mag that hold 10 or more rounds. So he can suck it. No 200 dollar registrations fee for me.
  8. 5 million NRA MEMBERS. 400 million legal guns in the USA. 1 in 3 Americans own firearms. The NRA ain’t shit.
  9. Guns are flying off the shelf https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-chicago-illinois-foid-gun-ammo-sales-uncertainty-20200625-pkve27352jagnp4y5dbaubkyoy-story.html
  10. And more (CNN)As the nation has grappled with a global pandemic and images of some rioters causing damage after hijacking peaceful protests demanding racial justice, more and more Americans appear to be arming themselves. In July 2020, the FBI conducted more than 3.6 million firearm background checks, making it the third highest month on record for checks since the bureau began keeping statistics in 1998, according to new data released on Monday by the agency. By comparison, the bureau conducted just over 2 million checks in July 2019. https://www.cnn.com/2020/
  11. This is 2020 dumbass. Gun sales have hit new records as the country grapples with a pandemic and protests. But unlike previous spikes, it's not gun enthusiasts driving sales, but rather first time gun owners Americans are buying more guns than ever before. People worried about the pandemic sometimes buy guns. People worried about protests in this country sometimes buy guns. And by one estimate, people have bought 3 million more guns than normal since March. Almost half of all those sales are to first-time gun owners. NPR's Chris Arnold reports.
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