On Fears Of Obama's Stand, Gun Sales Spike

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Concerns by gun owners and supporters that an Obama presidency will mean a new crackdown on gun ownership has created a mini-spike in gun purchases.

Despite a shrinking economy, sales of firearms are up by 10 percent nationwide this year.

Elsa Partan reports for Wyoming Public Radio.



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