Giving The Economy A Boost

It looks like the Obama administration has accidentally given the economy a boost.

Due to the overwhelming increase in orders, it has become increasingly difficult to predict deliveries for all Rock River Arms' products. Because of this, we are no longer quoting estimated delivery dates. We are continuing to increase production, build, and ship products as inventory becomes available based on the date your order was placed. In addition, we will no longer call for payment before orders are shipped. If you place an order using a credit card and your order becomes available for shipment, we will process the order with the credit card supplied. If the credit card supplied is declined for any reason, the next order in line will be shipped and the declined order will be placed at the back of the file for future shipment. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience and continued support.
Sounds like a seller's market to me. Perhaps if President Present secretly threatened to outlaw auto sales he could do something useful for Detroit too.

Cross Posted at Power and Control

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posted by Simon on 02.07.09 at 05:27 PM










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I got my RRA Entry Tactical Carbine right after the election. Now I'm boosting the economy looking for ammo, which is also getting more expensive.

Chris   ·  February 8, 2009 6:16 PM

Yeah, ammo went up dramatically lately. That started before the election though.

It's funny about Rock River Arms.
I go into a gun store a lot, they have a great consignment rack and really good prices on new guns.
I heard the owner telling someone they could expect a 6 month wait for a new AR-15 and they told me that can't get Glock 19s (his words).
I know his "scary black gun" section is usually full and now it's empty. No new scary black guns, just three or so high-dollar consignment (used) ones.
That's it, 6 months ago that place would have had probably 20 or so just scary black guns or AK clones on the walls, new and used, at all times. Now? One AR-15, one crappy semi-auto AK and maybe three other scary black guns, all on the consignment rack (used).
For the first time in probably 5 years, I walked into that place for ammo and wasn't even tempted by anything on the walls.

Veeshir   ·  February 10, 2009 1:40 PM

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