Re: Purchasing firearms related items in a presidential election year
Well, between my previous post ans now, I see no artificially stimulated run up in pricing on firearms or components, at least not yet. If anything, I've seen a decrease in pricing on some models of firearms.
Being an NRA member, I'm constantly bombarded with 'gloom and doom' from them, something I find a bit tedious but I still support the NRA because as I stated previously, they are the gatekeepers of the Second Amendment as it pertains to the sport we all enjoy.
A while back, I got very disenchanted with the AARP and discontinued my membership with them because of their stance on Obamacare and Medicare, something I can't agree with. I can however, agree in principle with the NRA.
Only time will tell the final outcome and only all of us have the control over the outcome of the election and how the President and his appointees address our second Amendment rights. To that I say, get out and vote in support of your principles, I know I will, in fact, I've already voted absentee. I'll be in NM on election day.
'It's not about me
, it's about we