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Gun Sales Skyrocket In The Face Of Invasion

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“Approximately 17.4 million guns were sold in 2022, and 1.4 million guns have been sold monthly in 2023.”

Many in this country are now coming to the very realization of why it was that our forefathers established the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights.

It was to the leave citizens with the ability to defend themselves against unlawful violence, such as incoming from either the tyrants in the government or the criminal element within the populace, in which we have the God-given right to defend ourselves from both.

Most know that Americans have long been made a prey to the invasion of the illegals that are bringing in their crimes along with them.  Of course, this is being committed by the treasonous individuals that are tolerated by the American people both within the federal and state governments (Article III, Section 3 U.S. Constitution).

No doubt, the government of today is at war with what it is that our forefathers have established.

What’s worse is the fact that the said judges are NOT holding the corrupt accountable, but are now going so far as to justify their treasonous acts by somehow advocating that the illegals can lawfully carry (Psalm 94:20) arms.  No, I’m not making this up.

Simultaneously, the government is trying to disarm the American people.

In the face of this treason, the American people are responding.  According to safehome.org:

In the U.S., many dynamic factors influence gun-purchasing decisions: economic conditions, media influences, legislative and leadership changes, and even public perceptions of threats. Each factor differs from state to state, creating a patchwork of attitudes and beliefs about firearms nationwide.

By digging into data on gun sales and ownership, we can begin to understand America’s complex relationship with firearms. This is why we explore data from the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) from the FBI on a yearly basis. This database tracks firearm background checks and can be used to approximate gun sale trends in the U.S.

Here are a few key insights from our latest research:

  • An estimated 1.4 million guns were sold monthly between January and May 2023.
  • In 2022, approximately 17.4 million guns were sold in the United States. This is about 12% fewer than in 2021.
  • Alaska, Montana, and Wyoming had the highest estimated gun sales per capita in 2022.
  • In 2022, gun sales rose year over year in only three places: Iowa, the District of Columbia, and Oregon.
  • So far in 2023, Texas and Florida lead the nation in total estimated gun sales, making up about 14% of all guns sold nationwide.
    Estimated Guns Sold in 2022 and 2023
  • In recent years, estimated gun sales across America have dramatically increased: toward the end of 2019 and throughout 2020, gun sales reached record numbers. Since then, gun sales have declined slightly. In 2022, about 17.4 million guns were sold in the United States.
  • Preliminary numbers show that gun sales in 2023 may look similar to last year. Between January 1 and May 31, 2023, an estimated 7.1 million guns have been sold. That’s about 1.4 million guns a month on average. Read more here.

Conclusion: Our Rights come from God, not from the privileges given by those who work for the American people, period!

Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media.  Article by Bradlee Dean.


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