Well when 5% of the worlds population have 50% of the guns you are beginning to get a hint.
Now where does this 5% live?
The good old Us of A.
With the number of US gun owners dropping decade by decade yet with the sales of guns rising, a pattern is emerging.
With every further fear filled frothing at the mouth by the NRA more guns will be sold, and so the MSM will report.
Yet, the numbers of actual guns owners will drop.
Can we see a pattern here?
I suppose the number of good guys is dropping?
Being replaced by bad guys that no longer see the need to be armed and dangerous to all around them?
So when technically as we see the number of gun owners drop we should also see the number of fire arms being sold drop, we are seeing the reverse of this logical technicality.
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It is an amazing business plan, lose market share yet increase volume. It must be an economic first? Amazing really. How do you do it...oh
The National Rifle Association on Sunday offered young children free membership and the opportunity to win a high-powered rifle or shotgun.Interesting
A "Youth Day" at the influential gun lobby group's annual convention in Indianapolis was scheduled to culminate with a prize draw in which participants could take home a WBY-X rifle or shotgun supplied by Weatherby, a major firearms manufacturer and a sponsor of the event. All were also given a free six-month youth membership of the NRA.
Now if gun sales are going up because and ever decreasing number of people are getting more and more scared that could be seen as a worrying trend.
Most gun owners I know usually have a certain number of guns for a certain types of hunting they dont' rush out an buy a new gun every time the NRA farts, so you would in normal circumstances expect gun sales to follow pretty closely gun ownership trends.
Personally I find this trend somewhat worrying in itself.