L.A. Gun Owner's Business Sees Massive Profits, Lines Out the Door

L.A. Gun Owner's Business Sees Massive Profits, Lines Out the Door

3/26/2020

L.A. Gun Owner's Business Sees Massive Profits, Lines Out the Door

Guns and ammo are flying off the shelves at this local L.A.-area firearm shop.

Exclusive TMZ.com L.A. County's decision to leave firearm stores open during the coronavirus is already leaving one business owner with more customers than he could ask for ... many of whom are newbies to the gun game. Burbank Ammo & Guns owner David Schwartz tells TMZ ... he is one of a few gun shops in the area that has seen lines out the door and around the corner lately, as people flock in to pick up a piece for protection. Interestingly, he also says many are first-time buyers. TMZ.com Novices or not, Schwartz says he is cleaning up big time on the panic buying going on right now ... telling us his sales per day are way up, as much as 750%. The guns selling the most ... 9mm pistols and shotguns. Those aren't the only items folks are picking up though -- Schwartz says people are snatching up just about anything they can get their hands on, ammo included. The main rationale he says he's hearing from those walking in his door ... protecting their homes at all costs. It's fascinating ... seems like buyers anticipate massive chaos and eventual looting. BTW, Schwartz is being responsible with the frenzy ... he says he encourages customers to social distance while in line, and only lets a limited number of people inside at a time. TMZ.com In any case, Schwartz might have to thank some County bigwigs for the uninterrupted cash flow. Earlier this week, L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said he was going to be shutting down all local gun shops, as he believed they weren't essential businesses. LA County Sheriff’s Dept. Enforcement efforts to close non-essential businesses have been suspended. CA Gov. Gavin Newsom to determine what qualifies as a non-essential business. Please click to view story Read more: TMZ

The looting is about to start.....just saying. These dumbasses rushing to buy guns are the kind of people who will start using them in a panic Most people who have the PFEC paperwork to buy a gun in LA already have one. This paperwork can take 90-120 days, so the people who are buying are getting extra guns for people who will have them illegally, and later most likely sell them back on the street when this is over.

Did trump tell them that they could shot the virus to kill it 😂😂😂 Legitimately sounds like something that moron would say Gun activists now buying guns. Oh boy, when the shit hits the fan ya get to see how ppl really are. Yeah why didn't I think of just shooting the virus😊😊🙂 Real or not real sprint

Sprint Hunter They no what time it is Time for a showdown Republicans vs Democrats 😐 not to worry, it’ll be over in five minutes, because everyone knows, who has the guns and who doesn’t 🇺🇸 So?

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