As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, there is no doubt we are in uncertain times. We at Gun Tests want to provide an update to our loyal readers about plans for the coming weeks and months as it relates to our ongoing gun-testing coverage.
As a leading provider of reader-focused gun-testing content, we are committed to serving our readers despite these challenging times. We understand how important our periodicals, books, and digital media are to our gun-buying audience, and we will continue to deliver our products to you.
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We know these are troubling times, but our commitment to you is to continue bringing you accurate and helpful gun-buying information.
Why Are So Many Folks Buying Guns?
As regular readers of this magazine, you’re likely way ahead of the crowd in terms of what you have locked up in your safe right now. Probably have enough ammunition, too, if there’s ever “enough.” But as gun owners, we have to understand why people are panic buying. Simply said, they want protection if S*&^ Hits The Fan and they are forced to defend themselves. Their fears have bases. Burglaries are up. Prisoners (supposedly non violent, but really?) are being released from jails. Law-enforcement officers are exposed to people with the virus and are being put in quarantine, or in hospitals, so they’re stretched thin. Firearms safety and security begins with you. It’s time to help your neighbors be safe and secure, too.