Guns and Ammo Sales Rise in New Jersey Amid Cornoavirus Fears
Grocery store shelves have been emptied and stripped by panic stricken shoppers due to the pandemic. Toilet paper has been virtually non existent and cleaning supplies have flown off shelves in supermarkets all over the Garden State.
You can now add guns and ammo to the list of items that people are racing to buy in New Jersey due to COVID-19, according to an article in the Press of Atlantic City.
Gun sales are increasing nationwide due to personal safety concerns and fears of chaos, mayhem and looting due to shortages of supplies. Gun owners also want to make sure they have enough ammo to last according to the article.