After mass shootings in Boulder and Atlanta that killed 18 people in the span of…

After mass shootings in Boulder and Atlanta that killed 18 people in the span of a single week, lawmakers are once again calling for stricter gun regulation in America. The gun industry is already preparing for a surge of sales. “When you hear more calls for firearm restrictions, we have observed gun sale increases primarily from people buying before they’re not able to,” said Rob Southwick, founder of the market research firm Southwick Associates. It’s too soon to know how the back-to-back shootings will affect sales of firearms, industry experts say. Reliable figures from federal background checks won’t be released until next month. But if history is any guide, gun dealers and manufacturers can expect a surge in demand. Tap the link in our bio to learn more.⁠

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  1. Welcome to America, where back to normal means mass shootings and Republican’s doing absolutely nothing to stop them

  2. I still don’t understand why people need access to such weapons. I’m all for hunting and stuff but who NEEDS access to military grade armament?

  3. Dammit!! I’m still having a hard time finding 9mm bullets because of all the shit last year! 😩

  4. Yep, because it’s so easy to know where and when these mass shootings will happen. The chances of you being armed with your AR15 at the right place and time are almost nil, anyway.

  5. The US has taught it’s citizens that constantly being militarized is the way to live, and that’s scary as hell


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