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No Guns Today.... in Pictures

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by wacki, Jan 8, 2013.

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  1. wacki

    wacki Member

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    If you have any photos of the gun hysteria & empty shelves please post.

    Thanks!


    Guns used to be side by side... literally touching. They had over a 1,000 guns and now they are down to a few .22LRs, revolvers, bolt actions

    Plainfield Indiana

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    Lexington KY gun show posted by another THR member.
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  2. wacki

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    Come on guys... post!

    The reporters aren't documenting this, so let's do their job.

    I took these pictures at the Indy 1500 gun show today @ 2:30 P.M. Apparently the line was longer at 8 AM and much longer on Friday. Someone told me they drove 2 hours, saw the line was 5 blocks on Friday and decided to come back on Saturday.


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  3. smalls

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    Dang it, I was at my LGS last week for the first time in months, I shoulda taken a picture of the completely empty rifle cases. The only rifles they had left were (I'm guesding) high end custom AR's. that's only cause no one can afford 'em.
     
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    Why go if they're empty?
     
  5. Giterboosted

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    We've always had every square inch packed at work, now we have gaps and holes everywhere and two entire pistol racks empty, it doesn't Sound drastic but if you're a local it's a big deal
     
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    We went to Academy's yesterday just to check in. A picture wouldn't have done any good as all the shelves and racks were mostly FULL! On closer look, the rifle ammo shelves were full of oddball handgun ammo which is usually behind the counter along with stuff like .303 for $29.95. They had signs posted all over with limits. Rifle racks were full as well. Bolts/levers, 22s, and shotguns... Bows and arrows appeared unchanged. No EBRs.
     
  7. wacki

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    Got an email notification that Aim Surplus had Cmags in stock. 4 minutes later:

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    Then I called and their phone was off the hook.


    Come on guys, document this stuff and take pictures. It doesn't matter what you know, it matters what you can prove.

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  8. joeschmoe

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    Gun grabbers are laughing at us. The Chickenlittles are doing their work for them. Driving up prices, eliminating supply and changing the debate to their terms.

    Their is no gun ban. Their will be no gun ban.
     
  9. eagleno49

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    I doubt the gun grabbers are laughing. There is no supply because everything that is being made is already sold. Gun ban or no gun ban, there is more product on the streets now.
     
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    Raising prices is one of their goals. The supply is not increasing.
     
  11. youngda9

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    Waiting to buy when all the suckers are dying to just get something in return for a gun they don't want when the market is flooded again.
     
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