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#1 Apr 18, 2013
Now that the background checks on Internet and gun show sales is somewhat settled, will the prices of guns and ammo recede back to the pre-nuts level?

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John

Mountain Home, AR

#2 Apr 18, 2013
Arkansaw wrote:
Now that the background checks on Internet and gun show sales is somewhat settled, will the prices of guns and ammo recede back to the pre-nuts level?
Blow it out your ass, You POS libtard.
John

Mountain Home, AR

#3 Apr 18, 2013
Gun Control is about one thing and that's control kind of like obamacare. All they want to do is take away more rights from Americans.

With all the millions and millions of guns and high capacity mags, in our country what good will it do? The government can't get them from all the gangs and scum like that because no one knows where their guns are at and who has them. The only guns they can get are legal guns. Gun control is not about gun control it's people control. Wake up gun control nuts.
guest

Oklahoma City, OK

#4 Apr 18, 2013
Arkansaw wrote:
Now that the background checks on Internet and gun show sales is somewhat settled, will the prices of guns and ammo recede back to the pre-nuts level?
Not for a while. Obama has created a lot of new gun owners.(20% of the guns in the US have been sold since 2009) There are a lot of new guns that need fodder. Scarcity has also caused gun owners to increase their personal stockpile. Most I've talked to are planning on keeping 5 to 10 times as much. Some for shooting, some for selling.

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#5 Apr 18, 2013
John wrote:
<quoted text>Blow it out your ass, You POS libtard.
Good morning to you.

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#6 Apr 18, 2013
guest wrote:
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Not for a while. Obama has created a lot of new gun owners.(20% of the guns in the US have been sold since 2009) There are a lot of new guns that need fodder. Scarcity has also caused gun owners to increase their personal stockpile. Most I've talked to are planning on keeping 5 to 10 times as much. Some for shooting, some for selling.
I didn't buy any extra ammo and I don't know what I would do with any more guns, I have bought a few over the years, inherited some and was given a couple by close kin. I did limit my target practice because of the shortage. With the enormous stockpile of ammo out there now the law of supply and demand should mean that prices should ease somewhat and supply should normalize, we will see.
uninvited guest

Springdale, AR

#7 Apr 18, 2013
Those freedom hating policy makers in the "District of Criminals" may buy more ammo to keep it off the market.

The American Gestapo is just waiting in the wings.
Mr Mike

Van Buren, AR

#8 Apr 18, 2013
John wrote:
<quoted text>Blow it out your ass, You POS libtard.
Good one...You da man! LMAO

By the way Arkansas is one of LBT/CHM's many persona's.
Mr Mike

Van Buren, AR

#9 Apr 18, 2013
Arkansaw wrote:
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I didn't buy any extra ammo and I don't know what I would do with any more guns, I have bought a few over the years, inherited some and was given a couple by close kin. I did limit my target practice because of the shortage. With the enormous stockpile of ammo out there now the law of supply and demand should mean that prices should ease somewhat and supply should normalize, we will see.
LIAR....You don't have any guns and if your wife wasn't working you would starve to death.
And everyone knows you are LBT/CHM in just another persona.

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#10 Apr 18, 2013
Mr Mike wrote:
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LIAR....You don't have any guns and if your wife wasn't working you would starve to death.
And everyone knows you are LBT/CHM in just another persona.
There is a strong association between income and belief levels: the better-off are less likely to believe in conspiracy theories.
Mr Mike

Van Buren, AR

#11 Apr 18, 2013
Arkansaw wrote:
<quoted text>There is a strong association between income and belief levels: the better-off are less likely to believe in conspiracy theories.
Then that would mean you believe in conspiracy theories cause you are Razorback Jack and you donít have any jack.
You are just some poor schlub whose only reason for living is to tell lies on the internet.
You know it and I know it.

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#12 Apr 18, 2013
Arkansaw wrote:
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I didn't buy any extra ammo and I don't know what I would do with any more guns, I have bought a few over the years, inherited some and was given a couple by close kin. I did limit my target practice because of the shortage. With the enormous stockpile of ammo out there now the law of supply and demand should mean that prices should ease somewhat and supply should normalize, we will see.
As one gun guy to another I sure would be interested in hearing what guns you have. Are they mostly rifles, shotguns, or handguns?

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#13 Apr 18, 2013
Mr Mike wrote:
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Then that would mean you believe in conspiracy theories cause you are Razorback Jack and you donít have any jack.
You are just some poor schlub whose only reason for living is to tell lies on the internet.
You know it and I know it.
The discussion is about the availability of ammo after the US Senate failed to pass the law to require background checks on gun show and Internet gun sales. If you have an opinion it is welcome.

I donít know anything about this obsession of yours about a fictitious person named Jack so I donít have an opinion but I wish you luck in your search.
Mr Mike

Van Buren, AR

#14 Apr 18, 2013
Arkansaw wrote:
<quoted text> The discussion is about the availability of ammo after the US Senate failed to pass the law to require background checks on gun show and Internet gun sales. If you have an opinion it is welcome.
I donít know anything about this obsession of yours about a fictitious person named Jack so I donít have an opinion but I wish you luck in your search.
YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE, Arkansas is just another one of Cathouse Mouseís many faces. His only reason for existing is to trick people by the use of lies and false information.
Do not believe anything he says and do not respond to his posts.
Joe Almighty

Duncanville, TX

#15 Apr 18, 2013
Arkansaw wrote:
<quoted text> The discussion is about the availability of ammo after the US Senate failed to pass the law to require background checks on gun show and Internet gun sales. If you have an opinion it is welcome.
I donít know anything about this obsession of yours about a fictitious person named Jack so I donít have an opinion but I wish you luck in your search.
this account reeks of rbj/chm.

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#16 Apr 18, 2013
Uber Liberal12 wrote:
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As one gun guy to another I sure would be interested in hearing what guns you have. Are they mostly rifles, shotguns, or handguns?
As a gun owner I am sure you use different types and caliber guns to get the job done. I donít turkey hunt with an AR-15 or a AK-47 but they sure are fun to shoot and I donít take my 22 deer hunting.
Mr Mike

Van Buren, AR

#17 Apr 18, 2013
Arkansaw wrote:
<quoted text>As a gun owner I am sure you use different types and caliber guns to get the job done. I donít turkey hunt with an AR-15 or a AK-47 but they sure are fun to shoot and I donít take my 22 deer hunting.
YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE, Arkansas is just another one of Cathouse Mouseís many faces. His only reason for existing is to trick people by the use of lies and false information.
Do not believe anything he says and do not respond to his posts.

Since: Feb 13

Booger Holler

#18 Apr 18, 2013
The real winners yesterday were the NRA and gun manufacturers.
Mr Mike

Van Buren, AR

#19 Apr 18, 2013
Pro education wrote:
The real winners yesterday were the NRA and gun manufacturers.
Wrong, it was the Americans that believe in the Constitution that won yesterday. The NRA and the gun makers were just the tools they used to make sure the 2nd amendment was not destroyed.

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#20 Apr 18, 2013
Pro education wrote:
The real winners yesterday were the NRA and gun manufacturers.
That's very true, I am for the responsible ownership of guns but the key word is responsible. The last gun I purchased was a few months ago and it took about 15 minutes to purchase it and walk out the door. I have waited much longer than that to get a table in a restaurant. If your record is clean you usually have nothing to worry about.

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