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It’s the fundamental right of citizens to protect themselves, here in Finland if you sought a weapon for that specific reason, you would never get one, with your name then being placed on some national watch list.

‘I don’t feel safe anymore’ Surge in Austrian gun sales since migrant crisis

 following migrant crisisTHERE has been a surge in firearm sales in Austria since the migrant crisis in Europe, with some citizens now reporting they “feel like foreigners” in their own country.

Gun stores have reported a quadruple growth in the sales of firearms, with some owners attributing the sales to a spike in violent crime.

During an interview with NRATV, Jeffrey Pang, who works for Austria’s oldest firearms store, linked the rise in the self-defence market to “the immigrant crisis in Europe”.

He said the surge in firearm sales coincided with reports of robberies, rapes and break-ins since the migrant crisis began.

Gun sales have risen in Austria since the migrant crisis began
The employee at the firearm store Joh Springers added: “Following the rise in attacks, customers want pepper sprays, combat training, small concealed carry weapons. ”

Mr Pang said the biggest growth market for gun owners was among women who felt unsafe outside.

He said: “Our security level has diminished in the last couple months.

“You see the crowds They’re shouting, they’re drinking, there is no security anymore.”

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