Bullet Sales And Mass Shooting Deaths Are On The Rise, Can They Be Stopped?

Bullet Sales And Mass Shooting Deaths Are On The Rise, Can They Be Stopped: Mass shootings in America have as much to do with the free trade of bullets as they do with the sale of guns. Take, for example, the shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that killed 19 students and two teachers.⁠

In the 2022 attack, the gunman bought about $5,000 worth of guns, bullets, and other gear. He then bought more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition. He fired 142 rounds inside the school, starting in a fourth-grade classroom. He had a lot of bullets, so that he could have done much more damage.

Every time there’s a mass shooting, the shooter has enough weapons to kill everyone in a school, movie theatre, grocery store, or even a large mall. Assault rifles, handguns, high-capacity magazines, and bullets are easy for killers to get their hands on. A lot of guns.⁠

Every year, the U.S. sells billions of bullets, making bullet sales a very successful business. A recent trade report said that by 2030, the global market for small-caliber ammunition would be worth $11.3 billion. And gun sales had gone through the roof, even when there was a shortage of bullets because of the pandemic.

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Even so, the U.S. government and companies that make guns and bullets have said that resellers have increased sales and raised prices as buyers stockpiled guns and ammunition. After a mass shooting, people always start discussing how to control guns.

But since shooters often stock up on bullets to kill as many people as possible, many are left wondering, “What about the bullets?” “Ammo plays a big role in mass shootings, and it’s been less regulated than guns in the past,” said New Jersey Attorney General Matthew Platkin, a Democrat who runs a new office that will sue gun and ammunition makers when their products hurt people.

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