Americans buy record numbers of guns for Christmas

I own no firearms (at least the registered variety) those things are dangerous. I stopped that nonsense years ago. Every weapon that could ever be traced back to me by old paper records has been sold, traded or given away. I own zero firearms, if you do not believe me then check the records, let the guvment find out where they went. Did I mention that I recently picked up a sweet little firearm like object capable of sending projectiles at high velocity? You have to love Christmas.

Now I am not advocating any of you to break any laws. I will simply remind you all that the biggest threat to your firearms might not be a sixteen year old thief crawling in your back window. If that is really what you are afraid of then by all means register one firearm just to be on the safe side should you feel the need to shoot a crack addicted teenager crawling through your window. Some of us have additional concerns past the punk kid.

By Nick Allen, Jan 3, year zero, the Telegraph
According to the FBI, over 1.5 million background checks on customers were requested by gun dealers to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System in December. Nearly 500,000 of those were in the six days before Christmas.
-God bless all law abiding Americans.

It was the highest number ever in a single month, surpassing the previous record set in November.

On Dec 23 alone there were 102,222 background checks, making it the second busiest single day for buying guns in history.
-I feel liberals sweating

The actual number of guns bought may have been even higher if individual customers took home more than one each.
-Not likely, guns are expensive. Most bought only one.

Explanations for America’s surge in gun buying include that it is a response to the stalled economy with people fearing crime waves. Another theory is that buyers are rushing to gun shops because they believe tighter firearms laws will be introduced in the future.
-That would be my biggest concern if I owned any.

The National Rifle Association said people were concerned about self defence because police officer numbers were declining.
-I asked a few of my friends in the LEO community what they would do if ordered to seize weapons and all to a person said “quit” now do you feel safe?

A spokesman said: “I think there’s an increased realisation that when something bad occurs it’s going to be between them and the criminal.”
-Or you and the guvment.

But anti-gun campaigners said those who already owned weapons were simply hoarding more of them due to “fear-mongering” by the NRA.
-Yeah about that, I have had friends that swore they would never ever buy weapons call and ask advice on what type to buy. The ever helpful me taught them to use them. Did you know that a 38 does not have sufficient stopping power when fired at a moving automobile? Those darn things just bounce right off. I cannot remember where I heard that.

A spokeswoman for the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence said: “The research we’ve seen indicates fewer and fewer people are owning more and more guns.”
-Guess again.

Dave LaRue, of Legendary Guns in Phoenix, Arizona, said Christmas sales were up 25 per cent on the previous year and ammunition sales were also “brisk”.
-Just an old paranoids rant but learn to reload and to make your own powder. Primers are also a concern. They will make great trading material latter, just sayin is all.

He said: “There are a lot of people concerned about pending gun legislation and the sense about the current administration. People think future availability will be limited and there’s a feeling of get it while you can.”
-Remember you are all on record for having purchased them. You might want to buy extra rounds should the wrong people decide that you no longer need them. I would hate to see anyone steal your property should a national emergency (whatever that is) be called.

The record for gun sales in a single day was set in November, on the day after Thanksgiving, when 129,166 background searches were carried out on customers buying weapons.

Since the near-fatal shooting of congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords by a deranged gunman in Tucson, Arizona last January there have been increasing calls for tighter gun control. Miss Giffords survived being shot in the head with a semi-automatic handgun, and six other people were killed.
-The same day thousands were killed by motorists texting while driving. Ban all automobiles. Register all cell phones and confiscate all roads. (sorry, I got carried away)

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One Comment on “Americans buy record numbers of guns for Christmas”

  1. Big Frank Says:

    I totally agree, The liberals always are in a rush to ban or regulate firearms. They fail to realize that many violent crimes are committed using a variety of weapons or common items utilized as weapons. One does not need a firearm to kill or maim another. Most gun owners are very responsible, if they use a firearm in a illegal manner they lose everything after the criminal and civil courts get done with them. On the other hand, the lowlife criminal or career felon just goes back to the Big House.

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