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Old 03-24-2020, 07:48 AM
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Denies Appeal of Gun Store Closures, All Shops Ordered Closed on Monday

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/202...sed-on-monday/


They have closed the gun stores, but the beer distributors are still open, and they are supposedly going to reopen the liquor stores that they had shut down last week.

Guess they thought better on that, especially since sports have been shut down. Better to keep the masses medicated.

Ive said all along, as long as they keep people occupied/distracted with sports and booze, it would be easy to maintain control and compliance.

With the sports all down, better make sure they dont get grumpy when they realize whats really going on.

In my best Frank Drebin voice..."Nothing to see here, nothing to see here...."
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Our local gunshop was closed yesterday,don't know why yet.

I hope they are open today.
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Denies Appeal of Gun Store Closures, All Shops Ordered Closed on Monday

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/202...sed-on-monday/


They have closed the gun stores, but the beer distributors are still open, and they are supposedly going to reopen the liquor stores that they had shut down last week.

Guess they thought better on that, especially since sports have been shut down. Better to keep the masses medicated.

Ive said all along, as long as they keep people occupied/distracted with sports and booze, it would be easy to maintain control and compliance.

With the sports all down, better make sure they dont get grumpy when they realize whats really going on.

In my best Frank Drebin voice..."Nothing to see here, nothing to see here...."


Are's were closed on the 20th but continue to work by appointment only to full fill pending BC's and orders.
Are they closed in your area?
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Old 03-24-2020, 10:08 AM
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They are closed here.

I saw on the news last night that a couple of the bigger stores south of us had taken it to court, and lost, which is what I believe that article is referring to.

A couple of shops I used to deal with had gone to appointment only when things really started going nuts, but have since shut down altogether now.

Not that there was really anything left to sell. I was in the shop I usually deal with last week, and his handguns were basically all gone and he had very little ammo left. He still had a wall full of long guns, but people didnt seem to interested.

You'd have figured after the last couple of ammo debacles, people would have this figured out by now.
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They are closed here.

I saw on the news last night that a couple of the bigger stores south of us had taken it to court, and lost, which is what I believe that article is referring to.

A couple of shops I used to deal with had gone to appointment only when things really started going nuts, but have since shut down altogether now.

Not that there was really anything left to sell. I was in the shop I usually deal with last week, and his handguns were basically all gone and he had very little ammo left. He still had a wall full of long guns, but people didnt seem to interested.

You'd have figured after the last couple of ammo debacles, people would have this figured out by now.
Why people wait until the last minute is beyond me. The LGS i frequent last i saw had a line out the door, i didn't stop, didn't need to most the time i go there to pick through the odds and ends that come through the shop since they are one of the last 'old school' gun shops left....I assume there will be law suits over this especially since the friggon Pot shops can remain open while access to a constitutionally protected right is shut down.

We'll see
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It's because they cannot deny the current run on guns and ammo

They can't have just one sector making money!


I've heard stories, that the liberals buying guns are having a tough time! Serves 'em right!
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PA Governor Pivots: Gun Dealers ‘Life Sustaining,’ Can Remain Open

On March 24, 2020, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf (D) augmented his list of “life-sustaining” businesses to include gun dealers, allowing them to remain open as long as they adhere to certain restrictions.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...n-remain-open/


Looks like he got the message, now lets see if ours will.
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Around here you can’t buy a gun or ammo but you can buy pot and liquor.
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PA Governor Pivots: Gun Dealers ‘Life Sustaining,’ Can Remain Open

On March 24, 2020, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf (D) augmented his list of “life-sustaining” businesses to include gun dealers, allowing them to remain open as long as they adhere to certain restrictions.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...n-remain-open/


Looks like he got the message, now lets see if ours will.
Must've had a huge donor or several say they wanted to buy some guns, legally.
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Not that there was really anything left to sell. I was in the shop I usually deal with last week, and his handguns were basically all gone and he had very little ammo left.
This...

They made their money and can go rest a bit now. Hopefully they made a good profit and can survive any sort of lull in the business...
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Around here you can’t buy a gun or ammo but you can buy pot and liquor.
Are in Michigan or California, Sounds about right for both..........
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