Ammo Company Demands Customers 'Check Box Saying They Did Not Vote For Joe Biden' to Purchase RoundsChris Menahan
Feb. 12, 2021
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Fenix Ammunition in Novi, Michigan is demanding customers "check a box stating they did not vote for Joe Biden" in order to purchase their ammo.
They're under no delusions about Trump, either:
Fenix said they're selling out of their product in a matter of minutes.
The demand for ammo over the past year has been unprecedented. Shooting sports company Vista Outdoor Inc. revealed back in November they had "over a year's worth" of backlogged ammo orders worth more than $1 billion, Fox Business reported.
Gun sales hit a record high in January after the Black Lives Matter riots and the ensuing surge in homicides in most major cities.
The Biden regime declaring half the country "domestic terrorists" and rounding up dissidents to throw them in prison for as little as stepping foot in "The People's House" or sharing memes on Twitter four years ago is no doubt another major factor.
"American citizens purchased 4,137,480 firearms [in January], which is a rise of 60% over last January," Ammo Land reported last week. "For reference, in 1999, Americans purchased 9,138,123 firearms for the entire year."
"Last year, gun sales hit an all-time high of 39,695,315, a 40% increase over 2019," Ammo Land noted.
"Michigan, Rhode Island, and Maryland saw the most significant increase in gun sales last year. Firearms sales increased by over 100% in those three states."
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