SALT LAKE CITY -- In the wake of the shootings in Colorado Springs and San Bernardino, a Utah sporting goods store is reporting an uptick in gun sales.
Concealed Carry Permit classes at Al’s Sporting Goods in Logan have been jammed.
“Usually try to do one every two weeks, but we’ve had to have one and two a week, and they’ve been completely booked,” said Kris Larsen, CEO for Al’s Sporting Goods.
Larsen believes national discussions on gun control and a heightened desire for personal protection are driving the increased interest.
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