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A Nevada gun store is having a pre-election sale, promising low prices in advance of a possible Hillary Clinton win in this year’s Presidential election. The gun store ran their ad for the sale last weekend in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

The gun shop, Westside Armory, warned existing and would-be gun owners. “Don’t wait! Prices will skyrocket after Crooked Hillary gets in,” reports Fox News Insider.

Politics have historically played a big part in prices for guns, ammunition and accessories, particularly magazines. Prices have been fairly stable this year so far but that could change this November after all the ballots have been counted.

If Clinton is elected President there is a good chance that Americans will go on a gun shopping spree. Gun sales have been on the rise every month for a year and a half. According to the FBI gun sales increased 27 percent last over last year’s numbers.

And gun owners have good reason to want to buy guns if Clinton is elected. The Democrat nominee has a detailed 9-point outline on what forms of gun control she hopes to put into place as President.

Clinton’s gun control policy calls for mandatory background checks, stricter FFL regulations, a renewed “Assault Weapons” ban and more.

Leaked audio obtained by the Washington Free Beacon reveals that Clinton does not believe that individuals have the right to bear arms and that the Supreme Court was “wrong on the Second Amendment.”

“I do not believe that the NRA represents most gun owners,” said Clinton in the recording. “They sure don’t represent the majority of Americans. But they have so intimidated elected members of Congress and other legislative bodies, that these people are passing the most absurd laws.”

“The idea that you can have an open carry permit with an AK-47 over your shoulder walking up and down the aisles of a supermarket is just despicable,” she said.

“I was proud when my husband took NRA on, and we were able to ban ‘assault weapons,’ but he had to put a sunset on so 10 years later. Of course Bush wouldn’t agree to reinstate them,” said Clinton.

“The Supreme Court is wrong on the Second Amendment,” said Clinton. “And I am going to make that case every chance I get.”

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In another statement Clinton also argued against the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act. “It”s incomprehensible that our laws would protect gun makers over Sandy Hook families. We need to fix this.”

With this kind of proposed policy it will be surprising if gun sales don’t continue to ramp up on the eve of the Presidential election, no matter how they’re priced.

The ad included a listing for the new and improved Smith & Wesson M&P Sport II for $699 which isn’t bad for a brick and mortar business. But if you’re looking to save a little more you can always poke around on GunsAmerica.com for even lower prices.

Shop for M&P Sport rifles on GunsAmerica.com: https://www.gunsamerica.com/Search.aspx?T=M%26P%20Sport

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  • Sam October 23, 2016, 6:59 pm

    It is not just the Supreme Court that is wrong concerning the 2nd Amendment. Many gun owners and advocates are, also. The 2nd amendment merely prohibits the Federal government from passing laws infringing on that fundamental right. (Supposedly, you have some control over your own State government.) The first 10 amendments are called our “Bill Of Rights” to put formal restraints on the Federal gov’t. Elsewhere, the Feds have no authority not explicitly granted, all other powers are retained by the individual states. We can, and do amend the Constitution from time to time. But, without these first 10, there would be no Constitution, no Government, and no United States. The Constitution, as sent to the states, would never have been ratified.

    • Dennis October 24, 2016, 10:24 am

      Nice comment but slightly wrong. The Constitution was already ratified (1788) by the time the first 10 amendments were proposed and ratified (1791). In fact over 187 amendments were proposed and condensed into the Bill of Rights.

  • Shawn L. Hyde October 18, 2016, 2:22 pm

    Well if this is true then tomorrow m going to buy some very special guns for myself and my brother. We both are cops and cops love guns.

    • DRAINO October 20, 2016, 8:53 am

      You know, I was surprised to find out one of the LE’s I work with (I’m a 911 dispatcher) is a flaming Democrat and doesn’t believe the public should have guns. That’s the only one I have ever run into. I was shocked at first, but after getting to know him more, I am not surprised at all. He is a poor excuse of an LE officer. Fortunately he is the exception.

  • Tom Horn October 18, 2016, 10:51 am

    Yeah, and look for ammo prices to double again, just like 2013.

  • Mark N. October 18, 2016, 12:25 am

    The election will make no difference in California. ARs with bullet buttons and all AKs and variants will be banned the first of the year. and the ones in circulation will no longer be saleable within the state. There may be a workaround for ARs, but I think AKs are dead (welcome all SKS fans). the only legal semi-auto rifles will be “featureless” rifles such as the Minis, or ARs with fixed mags (read Prince Device that locks the mag well). We already have universal background checks and a ten day wait. We already have a limited supply of new pistols, and no new models at all. We already have “gun registration,” although the State doesn’t call it that because it has only been in effect for pistols since 1989 and long guns since 2013, such that there are a fair number of older guns that are not registered until they are transferred through an FFL. We already have an ammo control law, which will only get worse after the Gavin Newsome “Safety for All” Act passes on the November ballot (it is winning in recent polls 67 to 23%). The Ninth Circuit ruled that we do not have a Constitutional right to carry concealed weapons (punting on the issue of a right to openly carry in a state that currently bans the practice). So unless Hellery starts confiscating guns, it can’t get any worse for us no matter what the outcome of the election.

    • Shecky October 22, 2016, 8:01 pm

      We gun owners in California are screwed… I’d like to see all of these politicians be in one place when some Islamic terrorist decides to blow himself up looking for those virgins. It would serve all those braindeads right. Hopefully it will be at a rally and the ones that voted them in will have the same fate.

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