The gradual slide in gun sales may have reached a bottom. The NSSF’s adjusted background check numbers for October was up more than 8% from the year-ago total. In other words, the gun industry may have found the new post-pandemic floor in the demand for guns.
News of war in Israel and threats of violence in the U.S. may well have contributed to the October increase. Here’s what the NSSF’s Mark Oliva had to say about the figures .
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