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Topic - Donald Hood
President Obama helped spur a run on firearms and ammunition by people looking to stock up before proposed gun controls take effect — and the impact is being felt even in unlikely places. Like Russia.
"Anything firearm-related is hard to get, hard to order, get it back on the shelf to stock for the customers," said Donald Hood, the owner-manager of Battlefield Guns & Ammo in Chesapeake, Va. "It's pretty much everything around the state and across the country."
"They're scared they're not going to be able to get it anymore [and] it's their right to be able to do so," Mr. Hood said.