WND visited Cabela’s Sporting Goods in Rogers, Minn., finding very long lines at the enormous gun counter and no evidence of any military-style semi-automatic rifles.
The counter looked more like a butcher shop before a holiday, with shoppers forced to take a number and wait in a long line to ask questions.
A phonesurvey of many other Minnesota gun dealers found a very brisk sales week and a complete sellout of semi-automatic rifles.
Mike Briggs, owner of Trails End Bass Pro-Shop in Fridley, Minn., told WND that he sold out of semi-automatic weapons.
“To my knowledge, there are no rifles available at a wholesale level anywhere in the country, so I have no idea when we can resupply our inventory,” he told WND.
An Elk River, Minn., Walmart that WND visited had numerous empty spaces on its ammunition shelves.
An unidentified clerk told…
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