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And how much does the anti-gun industry contribute to the economy?

Some nitwit doubts the firearms industry contribution to the US economy.

The industry contributes $51B to the economy. And Tennessee breaks the $1B mark.

5 Responses to “And how much does the anti-gun industry contribute to the economy?”

  1. Lyle Says:

    During the Clinton/Bush/Obama engineered depression, gun, ammunition and gun accessory manufacturing was one of the few booming industries (no pun intended), and it was all grassroots (no subsidies or other bullshit, rather, it was a grassroots response to government bullshit).

    In the long run however, I suppose they’ll have us shooting each other, and they’ll be applauding that, egging it on. I believe it’s part of the Progressive recipe, coming, as it has before, right before “Normalization” (of their glorious authoritarian state).

  2. mikee Says:

    No sacrifice is too great to achieve the greater goal of socialism, especially sacrifices by others, or, of others. And after such sacrifices, when denounced for creating another example of failure, those same people will note that what happened wasn’t true socialism.

    Heads they win, tails you lose. And if the coin lands on its edge and balances, then instead of a Venezuela with a Chavez you get a Russia with a Stalin.

  3. Ron W Says:

    I don’t read or hear that gun banning politicians who are protected by government guns or the anti gun wealthy elites who have private armed security are giving up their guns. So I suppose they just need a few gun manufacturers for themselves.


  4. NotClauswitz Says:

    The anti-gun industry is a net net-negative on the economy because it goads people into leaving work in order to participate in senseless protest and demonstrations. There are many lost man-hours that can be attributed to all aspects of the anti-gun industry.

  5. JTC Says:

    I don’t know how much but I know it begins with a – sign.