The owner of Cash in a Flash Pawn Shop, Allan Matthews, describes business as crazy since last Friday's senseless shooting and the re-spark of gun control debate.
Now with Dick's Sporting Goods suspension of sale, his lines are nearly out the door.
"It just kind of added fuel to the fire and made people realize that you might not be able to get these kind of guns for very long. Business has been increasing," Matthews said.
Since last Friday the store has sold more than 50 guns each day. Many of the guns are assault rifles. The sales log is piles high and behind the counter sit two large boxes of 30 round magazines for AR 15s.
If you ask gun enthusiasts how they feel about Dick's suspension of sales, you'll get a variety of answers.
"I think it's good and a choice for them. I personally want to buy one of these guns but then again I ask why does anyone need one of these? Our forefathers fought for the right to bear arms, but they weren't talking about assault rifles," said Jason Woodard.
At the end of the day, when you offer a product and one door closes...another one is bound to stay open.