Why are there so few high-end guns?

A few weeks ago, we wrote about the glut of high-quality handguns in the United States, which, at $10,000 or more, has made them almost impossible to buy.

The market for such weapons is so competitive that the high-powered .45-caliber pistols that are used by law enforcement, hunters, and some private security guards are the rarest of all.

That means the demand for high-caliber handguns is outstripping the supply, which is causing prices to spike.

As a result, the American handgun market has seen a sharp drop in sales, from $3.3 billion in 2011 to $2.6 billion in 2016.

The U.S. has also seen a drastic drop in the number of gun stores, which are largely shuttered.

There are currently more than 1,000 licensed gun stores in the U.K., Canada, France, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Norway, and Switzerland.

But in many of those countries, it’s not just the government that is closing stores; businesses are also closing their doors.

Many Americans, particularly gun owners, don’t see the point in shopping for a gun.

According to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), in 2015, just 5 percent of Americans owned guns.

The majority of Americans have either no gun ownership or, if they do own a gun, they don’t own a lot of it.

And as gun owners increasingly use online and mobile apps to access and buy guns, there is a demand for more guns in the home.

In recent years, gun ownership has declined, and in some cases, gun owners have lost access to the guns they owned.

The problem for gun owners is that they’ve seen prices skyrocket over the past few years, which has left them with a dwindling supply of guns and a lot less money for the purchase of more.

In the U, there are two main ways that gun owners can buy guns.

First, they can use a “qualified purchase” program.

Under this program, the gun buyer is able to obtain a gun through a licensed dealer, which provides a certificate of purchase from the federal government and a “certificate of eligibility,” which the dealer can use to approve a purchase.

The dealer will then issue the gun to the buyer.

Second, gun sellers can also use “qualified sales,” in which a gun buyer has to provide a list of other guns in their home to be eligible to purchase the gun.

Qualified sales are generally not used by gun owners because they don,t require them to go through a dealer, but because they are relatively easy to conduct.

For example, a gun seller can conduct a qualified sale of a shotgun to a person who lives in a rural community and is in need of a firearm for self-defense.

The shotgun buyer may also pay a small amount of cash, a nominal fee, and then wait for a firearm to arrive at the seller’s house.

A qualified sales program is often used by hunters who hunt and use shotguns in a safe and responsible manner, but there are also many people who own firearms but do not hunt or use them in a responsible manner.

For many of these people, there’s no good way to obtain the firearm without paying the dealer a fee, which can be several thousand dollars.

The average firearm buyer is also required to go to the local police department and pay a fee of $100 to $200.

The price of a gun is often an important factor in whether a person is able or willing to buy a gun and whether it will make a difference in their life.

If a gun can’t be bought for less than a nominal price, the person is not likely to be able to afford the gun, especially if the gun is going to be used for self defense.

This is especially true for gun-owning people who have no background check or background check restrictions.

If they do have a background check, then the person would have to pass a physical, fingerprint-based background check.

This can take several weeks, depending on the state.

The buyer is then required to bring the firearm to the dealer and provide the firearm, including the serial number, to a police officer, who will then complete the firearm transaction.

Once the transaction is completed, the buyer has a “license” to the firearm and can sell the gun at a later date, if he or she so desires.

The process of obtaining a gun for a person in need is often complicated.

Most states, like California, require gun buyers to go directly to a licensed gun dealer, who can process the transaction for the buyer at their facility, typically a store or a pawn shop.

However, in many states, the purchaser must wait until they are in a state that has gun control laws, such as New York, Connecticut, or California, before obtaining a firearm.

The federal government has an “open carry” program, which allows guns to be carried in public