Gun dealers face lagging sales with Obama out of White House

by David Sherfinski - The Washington Times  |  published on March 20, 2017

GunsThe Obama gun run appears to be over, according to the latest statistics, which show background checks for firearms purchases — a rough measure of gun sales — have dropped for three straight months since Donald Trump was elected as president.

Americans were on a 19-month buying streak before the election, but their fervor has cooled a bit.

Second Amendment advocates and those in the industry say sales remain relatively high but that they are working to retool their marketing in a post-Obama world.

Gun control advocates, meanwhile, say pro-gun folks have lost their “bogeyman” in the White House.

  • Smitch

    Yep it sure is nice! Now we can find ammunition, parts, reloading components and the price of all that and firearms are now lower!

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