Start of Md. gun laws looms; ‘buy now’ urgency hits

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“I don’t see why anyone wants to have assault weapons anyway,” he said.

Looking around the crowded armory, Neil Kravitz, a spokesman for Appalachian Promotions, which sponsors the show, and vendor of Nsk Sales Co., said the new laws won’t just affect today’s buyers but future generations.

“You see very few young and up and coming people,” he said. “You see people who’ve bought guns, you see older people. This is not about what everybody thinks it is. This is a plan to disarm America.”

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