Guns on display at Bullseye Guns & Ammo
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Guns are flying off the shelves at weaponry stores, for a couple of reasons, number one being the upcoming elections.
Some are afraid a new presidential term, no matter who is elected president, will see laws proposed that would take away Americans second amendment, the right to bear arms.
The other is the recent shooting in Colorado, where gun stores can't keep merchandise on the shelves and conceal permit classes are full and have waiting lists.
Do you own a gun? Do you plan to purchase a gun before the elections? Would you like to see certain guns like the AK-47 be banned for public purchase?
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