Gun sales are on the rise, setting another record last month. The move higher might be driven, in part, by concerns over the presidential election.
The FOX Business Network’s Jeff Flock visited a shooting range in suburban Chicago that is sold out of memberships because of increased demand.
“Anytime we have a political event, some sort of a catalyst where they talk gun control, they certainly get concerned,” said The Range at 355 Managing Partner Pete Negro.
And that political catalyst, in terms of sales according to Negro, is Hillary Clinton.
“There’s a lot of potential ramifications from the election. Supreme Court appointments and there has been some discussion on watering down the Second Amendment rights,” he said.