Guns sales, permits increase after talk about banning assault-type rifles after school shooting
With talk of a renewed ban on assault-type rifles following the shooting at a Connecticut elementary school, gun sales have gone up the past few weeks.
"There have definitely been a lot more people looking," said Kay Kiehl, manager of 59 Trade Roads, a pawnshop on Highway 59 near Detroit Lakes.
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