Hi; Everyone just has to settle down and not panic. When the AWB gets shot down and Barry has his hissy fit, the next few months will start to show stock on the shelves and other inventory building. Later on there will be buyers remorse and we will start to see "used" firearms sitting in/on the shelves for a few months until the owners just to decide and take a loss and sell it for what we consider "normal" prices. For those who are short on items - you'll just have to wait. Better yet, just stash some money from now - up to 10 months from now and you will get what you want at better prices and you can set aside items for the next panic. It's like there is no reason to go to the range and shoot up all that you have and then start crying because you cant replenish your items. This was seen coming down the road long before it happened. If you didnt stock up pre-panic -- then its your fault.
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