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OBAMA’S REELECTION SPIKES GUN SALES
In October, the number of firearms background checks performed on
potential gun buyers across the U.S. jumped 18.4%, according to data
released by the FBI. The number of applications for gun ownership is
considered a leading indicator for future gun sales.
Experts believe the spike is linked to jitters that a Democratic
administration might try to tighten gun control laws.
Gun sales also rose in 2008 after Obama was first elected. The FBI
conducted 12.7 million background checks that year, compared to 11.2
million the year before, a 13.4% increase according to the New York
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