March Shatters Monthly Gun Sales Record as U.S. Faces Down Threat of Coronavirus

Gun sales exploded across the United States as the coronavirus pandemic spread, with retailers experiencing the highest sales volume in recorded history.

More than 2.5 million guns were sold in March as fears over the effects of the coronavirus spread, according to an analysis of FBI background check data released Wednesday by Small Arms Analytics and Forecasting (SAAF). The buying craze marked the busiest month on record for gun stores, even as some faced shutdown orders from state and local authorities. The record-setting monthly sales nearly doubled the 1.4 million guns sold in March 2019.

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1 Response to March Shatters Monthly Gun Sales Record as U.S. Faces Down Threat of Coronavirus

  1. Arch Stanton says:

    We’ve been weaponing up and training for 20 years, accelerating the process with the 09 inauguration. Seasoned patriots are yawning at today’s virgins scrambling to gun stores to learn the difference between a stock and a muzzle, only to be dismayed by the fact that you have to have a govt-issued permit and a background check to defend oneself. Welcome to the party you poor bastards.

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