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Straws: grasping at

Josh Sugarmann thinks that because one company that sells AR-15s is going out of business that it represents a collapse of the AR-15 market. He parrots the canard of declining gun ownership. And he says the NRA was responsible for the y2k scare. Josh is either desperate or stupid.

11 Responses to “Straws: grasping at”

  1. Robb Allen Says:

    I vote for option C – Both

  2. Miguel Says:

    Ditto on “C”
    Somebody send him the AmmoLand link about the 12 million guns sold in 2009

  3. pdb Says:

    What a shameless dumbshit.

  4. hazmat Says:

    To further expand on Option C, it could be that he’s desperately stupid.

  5. chris Says:

    I didn’t even know that CD made AR-15s.

    Apparently it, but not very well.

    Big surprise.

  6. Weer'd Beard Says:

    The Comments there are hilarious. even Jadegold is keeping his distance from that stupid-fest!

    Rats, ships.

  7. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    Josh is a delusional liar.

    Gee, no one wants a shitty CD AR? What a surprise.

  8. Veeshir Says:

    Declining gun ownership?
    Where has he been the last year? It’s only in the last few months that you’ve been able to go into a gun store and see a new AR or other scary, black gun.
    My favorite gun store’s scary black wall was empty except for a plastic “cop practice” AR and one M-1 carbine.

    I can finally order .45ACP or .40S&W and be pretty sure it’ll show up in less than 2 months. I made a big order from Cabela’s last year and it took many months for it all to come in (not counting the really hard to get calibers like .50 beowulf).

  9. Kristopher Says:

    CD was on it’s last legs.

    If they had switched to popular rifles like the AR sooner, they might still be in business.

  10. straightarrow Says:

    Aw hell, hazmat. I was gonna say that.

  11. Justthisguy Says:

    What all of y’all said. I.e., I concur.