Number one gun salesman in America

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Cabela’s, gun manufacturers gear up for surge in demand. Cabela’s has two contingency plans: stock up on camouflage, boots and underwear for hunters if Romney wins, go heavy on guns if the Messiah pulls it off.

I’m not sure what else I could add to my collection, since I have a suitable weapon for every basic food group I hunt and I just bought a new target pistol, but if purchasing a semi-automatic will be viewed as a protest against this man, I suppose I could find room in the safe.

Nearly 12 million background checks for gun sales took place in the U.S. this year through Aug. 31, up 56% from the same period in 2008, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Customers must undergo background checks before buying firearms from federally licensed sellers.

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11 responses to “Number one gun salesman in America

  1. Cobra

    “Black Gun” in .308. Fun for the whole family, and good for you, too.

  2. Not COBRA

    CF: Then I suggest a Sig Sauer SCM which is the CT AWB compliant version of Sig’s model 556 series. Its designed on the AK mechanism but is chambered for the comparatively cheap NATO 5.56 and .223 rounds. Much sturdier than the AR-15. Check with Cobra for corroboration.

  3. AJ

    My choice: Daisy airgun, Chuck Conners, Rifleman, rapid fire model.

  4. Fred2

    In fairness, I’m not sure this is an only Obozo thing, frankly things do have a potential for going to hell in a hand basket in a hurry right now, thanks to fabulous job our leftist leaning political classes have done since WWII and I think a lot of people are just nervous that could be London style riots, or generalized unrest where the police is too busy to worry about your specific problems.

  5. Cobra

    One positive feature of the Sig Sauer SCM is that it accepts AR/M4 magazines.

  6. Not COBRA

    Cobra: That’s the ONLY positive feature?

    CF: Check out the PTR91SCC Black Rifle made right here in CT by PTR Industries. Its a .308 / 7.62 Nato round on the proven and well regarded H&K platform. I tried to provide a link, but WP is spitting those out, so you can google it.

    • Nothing of the beauty of a pre’64 Winchester – if I had to use something that ugly to defend myself, I think I’d concede that there wasn’t really much point in sticking around.

  7. Not COBRA

    Well, it is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder….

    • I suppose that if there were zombies at the door my aesthetic values could change in a hurry but to hold a 1936 Winchester 52 .22, or a 1956 Winchester 94 is to hold a thing of beauty- mass produced, too!

  8. Not COBRA

    For “zombies at the door”, I would recommend the Keltec KSG, but they’re hard to come by, so a Mossberg 500 loaded up with 00, would be far better than any rifle, notwithstanding Hornaday’s recent marketing campaign for “Zombie” specific rifle and pistol ammo.