President Obama's re-election means one thing for gun stores-big sales.
"At least probably triple overnight," Clay said. "I mean it is just staggering. I am hearing reports across a lot of places, you know, Colorado, New Mexico, Kentucky, places like that. Their gun sales are through the roof too. It's all over the place."
J.D. Clay is a sales representative for Sharp Shooters on 50th and Slide.
He said people are unsure of the future so they are getting prepared.
"It's just people are uncertain of what's really going to go on," Clay said. So in turn, they start buying and more people buy more and more and more, and of course just supply and demand chain takes effect there at that point."
Daniel Sickles said that is why he bought his fifth gun today.
"I mean gun ownership should be responsible and I think it should be regulated at the state level," Sickles said. "The states have to regulate their laws without federal interruption."
In 2008 gun sales increased after President Obama entered the White House.
Clay said distributors expected the same thing to happen this year so they went ahead and raised their prices.
"It's more of everything just drying up," Clay said. "It's 2008 all over again. We're seeing a repeat of, you know, prices go up overnight literally from our distributors, an increase of fifty dollars per gun."
Clay said prices increasing is just one effect on the chance that stricter laws may be put into place.
"I don't think there should be any new bans put into place," Sickles said. "I might be okay with a little bit stricter background checks and I say that as someone with nothing to hide."
For now Clay said the store is staying busy, enjoying the increase in business.
"We will just keep going everyday like we would," Clay said. "You can only predict so far, but I imagine things will stay busy."