Blue Ridge Arsenal Has Seen A Big Uptick In Gun Sales As People Scramble To Get AR Style Rifles Before A Possible Ban. : News Photo

Blue Ridge Arsenal Has Seen A Big Uptick In Gun Sales As People Scramble To Get AR Style Rifles Before A Possible Ban.

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CHANTILLY, VA- DECEMBER 19: At Blue Ridge Arsenal Mark Warner (Senior Sales Staff) wraps up the last Diamondback AR15 that was available at their store on Wednesday, December 19, 2012. All other AR15's had sold earlier in the day. This weapon comes with one 30-round magazine. The customer (who asked not to be identified) bought three additional 30-round magazines. The customer said the magazine which is included with the weapon breaks pretty quickly. (Photo by Tracy A. Woodward/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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CHANTILLY, VA- DECEMBER 19: At Blue Ridge Arsenal Mark Warner (Senior Sales Staff) wraps up the last Diamondback AR15 that was available at their store on Wednesday, December 19, 2012. All other AR15's had sold earlier in the day. This weapon comes with one 30-round magazine. The customer (who asked not to be identified) bought three additional 30-round magazines. The customer said the magazine which is included with the weapon breaks pretty quickly. (Photo by Tracy A. Woodward/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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At Blue Ridge Arsenal Mark Warner wraps up the last Diamondback AR15... News Photo 158631195Accessibility,Chantilly - Virginia,Horizontal,Human Interest,Store,USA,WrappingPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2012 The Washington PostCHANTILLY, VA- DECEMBER 19: At Blue Ridge Arsenal Mark Warner (Senior Sales Staff) wraps up the last Diamondback AR15 that was available at their store on Wednesday, December 19, 2012. All other AR15's had sold earlier in the day. This weapon comes with one 30-round magazine. The customer (who asked not to be identified) bought three additional 30-round magazines. The customer said the magazine which is included with the weapon breaks pretty quickly. (Photo by Tracy A. Woodward/The Washington Post via Getty Images)