My point is that the LIBs are trying to take our guns and they will keep trying.Best we load up while we can---I'm going out tomorrow and buy another.
Thats my point---I have a friend buying a gun a month---Thinks its better than the stock mkt and bank---Thats my point---Get the picture?---SJB---
I agree with Jerry on this one. The panic created by that kind of thinking made it very expensive to shoot trap. Did more harm to the shooting sports than good. Everyone decided to stock up on everything at once fearing they(Dems.) would take away all your guns and ammo, components also. Sending all that powder, lead, primers, and brass overseas didn't help either (pricing). Relax, and enjoy your guns, and shooting them as well. You will still have them as long as you and I live, so why worry about it. Seems to me the stock market is doing better than the gun market, right now anyway. From my experience. Now, two to three years ago it was the other way around.
The problem with panic buying/hoarding is that it ends up hurting the average sportsman.
I bet there are hundreds of thousands of people who have vast stores of ammo, reloading components and black guns in their homes that will never see the light of day. All bought because Obama was elected.
I know that surge in buying drove the prices way up, the availability down and made the gun shops happy. At one point I was rationed primers, only being allowed to buy 100 at a time from my usual supplier. Naturally that affected my ability to participate in my hobbies.
I would hate to see that mentality gain traction again.