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The demand for protective gear

by Noel King Dec 7, 2015
In the wake of mass-shootings, body armor sellers say sales are up.
A book and the back of a child's backpack are displayed with the effects of bullets that were shot through it without Amendment II's Rynohide CNT Shield. Products like these have seen sales increase dramatically in the wake of violent attacks.
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Guns and dollars

Bullet shortage? No problem: Make your own

by David Gura Jun 24, 2013
Demand for firearms has been skyrocketing since the Sandy Hook school shooting in Connecticut. But when ammunition is in short supply or sales are limited, you can always make your own.
Guns and dollars

Billions of bullets: Cheap and unregulated

by Kai Ryssdal Feb 26, 2013
A new article explores the expansive business of ammunition in the United States, and whether a bullet tax would act as effective regulation.