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Last year, I visited Sonia Lau, vice president of Ukiah Gun Shop in Ukiah, Calif.
A good source for older Rossi parts is Bob's Gun Shop, Box 200, Dept.
Over 15 days between February and July 2010 he and two friends bought 81 guns (79 handguns, a rifle and a shotgun) from stores such as Perry's Gun Shop, Carolina Shooters Supplies, the Personal Defense & Handgun Safety Center, Jim's Gun Shop, Eagle Guns, Village Pawn & Gun Shop and Sovereign Police Supply.
The flyers demanded that gun clubs and gun shops submit a law-abiding gun owner's information to the FBI's Terrorism Joint Task Force if a gun buyer had an "altered appearance from visit to visit (beard shaved off, hair color changed, etc.
He added that the issuing of gun licenses is on hold at present until gun shops open.
It amazes me still that the owner of a gun shop carrying hundreds of thousands of dollars in inventory would allow some cretin to insult or simply ignore a potential customer in an industry that is so very dependant upon word of mouth, and is such a tight social fraternity.
He said: "It was full of ridiculous suggestions, saying things like all gun shops must have blacked-out windows, as if we were porn shops.
The associations of gunsmiths, gun shops, hunters and shooters are not powerful enough to influence the politicians.
This is the first evidence that says it's quite easy for a felon to walk into a gun shop and buy ammunition,'' said Greg Ridgeway, associate director for safety and justice for Rand.
The guns had been legally purchased from gun shops in Pompano Beach.
com site may be used by gun shops, gunsmiths, pawn shops, manufacturers, and other licensed dealers to buy and sell items.
It's simple: Yes, there are thugs and psychos stupid enough to go into gun shops and start shooting.
With no limit on how many weapons one citizen can own there was no suspicion raised in Raleigh, North Carolina when in the first half of 2010 Greenoe trawled gun shops in the town where he was brought up and his mum still lived.
Faced with competition from the internet and mega-retailers like Wal-Mart, Cabelas and Bass Pro Shops, small, dedicated gun shops are finding it more and more difficult to compete.
Business continues to surge when it comes to gun shops, and so shop owners across the nation are looking into new ways to expand their operations to capitalize on the thriving market.