In anticipation of the implementation of new gun control laws next week, Marylanders have been scooping up 1,000 guns a day.
According to the Baltimore Sun, 1,000 guns a day have been sold every day for the last two weeks and this week promises to be more of the same.
Starting next week, bans will prohibit the sale of “assault rifles” and “fingerprints and a license” will be required to buy a handgun.
State senator Nancy Jacobs (R-Dist. 34) says the new laws go too far and will only “make it…much more difficult for law-abiding citizens to get firearms without jumping through a million hoops.”