Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Gun Sales Up In Aurora, Colorado

NBC doesn't like it but they can't deny it.

A slim chance is better than none at all.

11 comments:

Bubblehead Les. said...

Yeah, a slim chance is better than none if one is in a Place that one doesn't have to Disarm because of the "No Guns Allowed" Signs, AKA "Nutjob Slaughter Zone."

armedlaughing said...

Horse and Barn door come to mind, in that order.

gfa

Dave H said...

It'll be interesting to see if there's an uptick in CCW holders ignoring the "no firearms" signs. Or rather, if anybody notices an uptick in CCW holders ignoring the signs.

Robin said...

The next large metro area fun show is Aug 4th ... any bets on background check phone lines being swamped?

docjim505 said...

This sort of thing drives our educated, erudite, empathic, caring, and altogether wonderful betters absolutely nuts:

"WHY can't those knuckledragging mouthbreathing hoi-poloi out in Flyoverland understand what we've been telling them for YEARS??? Guns are bad and evil and icky and cause mass murders and should only be in the hands of responsible people like the police and the military. Good grief, how many times have we got to explain it to them before they GET IT???"

Roberta X said...

In Indiana, a "No Guns Allowed" sign in most commercial venues only means "We'd better not see your gun." I'm okay with that; if I ever have to draw a gun at the Quickie-Mart, I won't mind being asked to leave once the noise is over.

Drang said...

Ditto WA: Businesses are allowed to post "no guns", they MUST post each and every entrance for it to have any force at all, and if they discover that you have ignored (or missed) the sign, all they can do is ask you to leave. IF you come back armed, THEN they can call the 5-0, and ask to have you charged with misdemeanor trespass.

Drang said...

And I was going to add, I am waiting for some anti to claim that this was all a setup by the NRA to encourage more people to buy more guns.

rickn8or said...

Anything NBC doesn't like makes me smile.

George said...

Roberta ... your statement should be printed on a business card ... for presentation as ID ... if anyone would dare question you.

Regards.

George said...

Roberta ... your statement should be printed on a business card ... for presentation as ID ... if anyone would dare question you.

Regards.