You would think money-grubbing politicians would avoid making laws that would shrink their tax revenues.
Looks like the lawmakers in Massachusetts didn’t think that far ahead when they fashioned their new assault rifle ban.
Their new law has seriously harmed local gun shops as they’ve been forced to liquidate inventory and are now severely limited to what kinds of guns they can carry.
And because of this, they’re also watching as their bank accounts shrink.
What seems to be the problem? Can’t they just sell more pistols, shotguns, and rifles?
Because the law is so ambiguous they’re not entirely sure what they can sell, and this will seriously harm future profits.
Massachusetts gun stores are attempting to redefine their businesses in the weeks since the state’s attorney general effectively ended the sale of all AR-15s and AK-47s in the state.
Per the measure, any vendors who