By Beth Baumann
As gun ownership across the nation continues to rise, gun control advocates are finding themselves in trouble. They are drastically losing ground on the fight for the Second Amendment and now they are having to get creative to try to win back their support, or at least the support they thought they had.
The Brady Campaign has stooped to a new low: they are now trying to pigeonhole gun stores into falling for a sticky trap.
H&H Shooting Sports, located in Oklahoma City, had a run in with one of the gun control group’s lackeys and the situation wasn’t all that pretty.
An Oklahoma Highway Patrolman came into the store and asked Mike Rust, H&H’s General Manager, if he would be willing to speak to the officer’s relative who is working on a project pertaining to guns. Rust agreed.
When the relative called the gun store, the guy called and identified himself as a market researcher.
“He claimed to be doing market research and his client had something to do with firearms,” Rust tells Bearing Arms. “He was trying to get a better grasp of their target audience.”
The man was hoping to stop by H&H so he could talk with employees about the “state of …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms