Shooting puts gun control front and center
FARGO - On Saturday, the day after a school shooting that left 26 victims dead in Newtown, Conn., Mills Fleet Farm in Fargo racked up gun sales that were four times what the store typically sees.
Was it the pre-Christmas spike the gun department sees every year? Or was a revived national discussion about tougher gun laws igniting a run on firearms?
Salesman Mark Wensole couldn't say.
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