WEAPON SHOP OWNER FILED AGAINST CITY CO Denver
WEAPON SHOP OWNER FILED AGAINST CITY COUNCIL ORDERS
Upon first sight in Big horn Firearms, It is hard to spot the rifle.
"We never witness something like thing," said Ryan Recsh, director of Bighorn Firearms.
Over the past week a flood of buyers come into the shop to purchase whatever weapon left.
"All chaos citizens are afraid right now, they wanted to secure oneself, they want to secure their family," said shop owner of the increase in demand.
They have extended their company on Tuesday & now plan to sell ammunition to houses.
"You have a 100 rounds of 8 mm and 41 rounds of.233, and we have this shipped to your house," said Joey, co owner of DCF Weapons.
All of this came to stop the second day of the week in the evening, when "Keep At Home Decree" from Denver Mayor fell into practice, shutting any trading deemed unimportant — including weapon shop.
"In the Constitution, it is the freedom of the citizens guaranteed by the law to be allowed to shield oneself and they are seeking to reduce it," Recsh said.
That's the point Resch and his father, Ian Hicks, offered on Tuesday when they launched a complaint against the council to block weapon shops across Denver from being locked down.
"We have something to risk here. They're not going to build a major issue.