Gone green-handgun sales have been between 200% to 300% of average since the election and when you buy a weapon you buy ammo. Time magazine, television, newspapers have allreorted on it at various times during the last four months so it really isn't a secret. Maybe if you actually read or looked a things yourself instead of waiting for some one to tell you what to say or think you would not ask for a link on what is pretty much common knowledge, Fools and their money are soon parted is a good saying but weapons are increasing in value quite nicely so make a good investment as well as good insurance for keeping your investment. HR45 is one reason, the AG who says the Supreme Court is wrong for the third time in saying the 2nd Amendment is an individual right and soes not efer to NG and military ony, President Obama's stated beliefs in the same when a state legislature and Senator, Vice President Biden's views being the same, Schumer, Frank, Pelosi all saying the same and now in control. I buy mine because I happen to enjoy target shooting as a hobby and don't plan to shoot any one with them; haven't done that in many years and didn't enjoy it then, and I don't hunt (have and would if I felt the need or wanted too) but do like target shooting. Another old saying is that it is better to have and not need then to need and not have; let he who is without sword sell his cloak and buy one (yes the bible says self defense and being prepared to so is a good thing) but for the main part I just happen to believe in the Constitutional freedoms as written and as the people who wrote them said it was for and lastly I firmly believe the main purpose for the individual right written in the 2nd Amendment was to ensure the people had a means of preserving the rest. Note-Should explain to educated liberals that the term hillbilly is a northern term; actually the Southern term is ridge runners. I am one. The television show used Beverley Hillbilly's and people thought that was actually the correct term not knowing it was initially used to describe people who lived in the Northern end of the Appalachian chain.