Following the trend for 2021, gun sales in September are the second highest for the month in the history of NICS. The trend is for 2021 to be the second highest year ever.
The times are uncertain. A rising power (China) threatens world stability. The leadership of the dominant power (the USA) seems feckless, hesitant, and incompetent…
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July 2021 was the second-highest total July for National Instant background Check System (NICS) checks on record.
The number of NICS checks broke records for each month starting August of 2019 until May of this year, 2021, for 21 months of record gun sales!
Thirty-five percent of American gun owners “say someone in the household has purchased a gun within the past year,” according to a new Rasmussen survey.
April 2021 NICS checks and gun sales broke another record, but just barely. We may have reached a new normal for the level of gun and ammunition sales.
The February 2021 National Instant background Check System showed record levels of checks, and the second-highest level of gun sales for February, since the systems started recording numbers.
The FBI NICS background check numbers for January, 2021, break all time records for checks in a month, and very high numbers of gun sales in a month.
November has been another record month in the record year of 2020, with over 3.6 million background checks, gun sales for the month are over 1.9 million.
The October 2020 National Instant background Check System (NICS), continues to set new month records for gun sales and background checks.
August 2020 was another record month for both gun sales and National Instant background Check System (NICS) numbers. The number of private guns in the U.S. is estimated at 456 million.
June continues the record setting run of National Instant background Check System (NICS) checks, which include gun sales, for 2020.
Walmart has removed all guns and all ammunition except birdshot from its shelves. It says it is because of the threat of riots. This continues a trend to remove firearms from the stores.
The National Instant background Check System (NICS) numbers have been released for May, 2020. As expected, they are breaking records.
With riots, violence, burning public buildings, retreating police & abandoned police stations, gun sales are going to set new records. But there’s a reason the riots are not moving to the suburbs, yet
NICS broke records for gun sales in April of 2020. The lock downs in various states seemed to provide incentives for people to purchase guns and ammunition.
The national government of Australia has called for a shut down of gunshops and gunsmiths as non-essential. Australian states are implementing the policy.
March 2020 gun sales and NICS background checks break all records for one month. Nearly twice as many as March 2019.
A survey done by Newsy/IPSOS claims 1 in 20 American households purchased a gun in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Is it true? Gun sales recorded make it seem unlikely.