Right now, it looks very likely that Hillary Clinton is going to become the next president of the United States. That’s bad for the country, especially for our Second Amendment rights. So, it should come to no surprise that while gun sales have been going through the roof, gun clubs are starting to turn people away because they’re at capacity. Additionally, the recent string of terrorist attacks have also contributed in the rise of those participating in firearms training courses and buying guns. That’s exactly what’s happening to some establishments in New Hampshire (Via NH1):
Summer violence in the U.S. and around the world is spurring an increase in gun sales. Here in New Hampshire, gun clubs are turning new people away because there are so many who want to join.
For the first time in its history, the Piscataqua Fish and Game Club in Greenland is at full capacity and is putting people on a waiting list.
Bob's Indoor Shooting Range, located in Salisbury, Massachusetts near the state's border with New Hampshire, is getting far more first-time shooters this summer than it’s had in previous years.
“It started after the Paris attacks and our classes have grown dramatically. Every time there’s an attack people come flooding in,” said Dave Reagan, Firearms Instructor for Bob’s Gun Shops.
If gun clubs are going to be hit with problems, I guess this is a good one to have on their docket.