Why We Win: Mr. Foot meet Mr. Mouth.

So what happens when you are an Anti Gun Group and two of your favorite memes clash making you look stupid?

I have been anxiously waiting for my “pals” at the Coalition to Stop Gun Rights Violence to denounce Ruger’s donation of $1,254,000 to the NRA but so far nothing but crickets. You see, CSGV and the rest of the Gun Control crowd loves to complain that gun manufacturers donate monies to the NRA in what is obviously a plot to kill more innocent people by forcing them to buy guns via paranoia. At the same time, they also claim that gun ownership is down and they say they can prove it because the National Sport Shooting Foundation “refuses” to release the numbers of the sales or firearms by its members.

During last year’s NRA Annual Meeting, Ruger promised to donate one dollar ($1) per every gun they sold till this year’s meeting and their goal was to sell one million units. And they did it with 254,000 to spare to the point that they stopped taking new orders until the could fulfill the ones they already have. In fact, Ruger had to add a third shift in its factory and other gun manufacturers had to add at least one extra shift to fulfill the demand for new guns.

Gun Control liars activists have ignored NICS checks required to buy guns (Yes, NICS checks are also performed when somebody applies for federal jobs, but I doubt the Obama administration hired 16,454,951 people in 2011 or our unemployment rate would be somewhere in the -25%) and they have also ignored ATF’s Annual Firearms Manufacturers And Export Report but apparently it is true the old axiom that money talks and bovine guano walks because they have not said squat yet and it stands to reason: If they denounce the donation, they have to admit sales are booming and they were wrong. And they much rather you die than admitting they made anything that might be considered a mistake.

 

6 Replies to “Why We Win: Mr. Foot meet Mr. Mouth.”

  1. The claim these days is that those of us who are gun owners are just buying more guns, so it’s not first-time buyers. That, despite the reporting of gun shop owners all over the country that people are coming in to buy a first gun.




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  2. I haven’t looked in a couple days Miguel but I don’t think CSGV has YET mentioned the bill about the Military carry permits that got signed into law on the 13 by the guv.




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    1. No, They have been mum about those too. Either they know it would make them look anti military or the new intern is watching too much Jersey Shore.




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