DAPHNE, Ala. (WKRG) — Gulf Coast gun sales are spiking for a third time since the pandemic began.
And here’s spike number three.
“In the last week since politics really kicked into high gear,” Hand said, “we’ve noticed a dramatic increase with long-time gun owners as well as first-time gun buyers.”
While firearm demand is high – he says ammo sales are even higher.
“The hardest thing going for us right now is trying to keep product available,” he said. “It’s trickling in and pouring out.”
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