Our has a pretty short attention span, now that the election is over people are reacting to the good possibility stuff will be banned. P-mags are going for over 2X retail on Gunbroker with 2 days left.
I suspect it will settle down somewhat quickly as (a.) people spend their remaining disposable income and max out credit cards and (b.) the shock wears off and people go back to watching American Idol, Dancing with the Stars and whatever else is on television.
The reaction is probably good for gun owners, if they thought last month's gun purchase numbers were high wait until they come out for this month. I'm sure politicians will be watching it to gauge public reaction to a ban.
There is a gun show in Boise this weekend, I'm going just to see the prices and turnout. I'm sure there will be plenty of people getting gouged.
Last edited by shadowalker; 11-07-08 at 16:34