The FBI released National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) data this week and the numbers tell an interesting story.
There were just over two million NICS checks last month (2,045,564 to be exact).
While some who write headlines for a living may want you to believe we’re in a “funk” in firearms sales since President Obama left the White House, that shortsighted view neglects to consider that April 2017 was the second busiest April ever for NICS and the 21st busiest month of all time. There were only about 100,000 fewer background checks last month than in April 2016.
That is pretty good, especially when one considers that the greatest firearms salesman of all time just left office and we, thankfully, have relief from the constant threat to 2nd Amendment rights posed by President Obama and his would-be successor, Hillary Clinton. FULL ARTICLE