So, I'm sitting down, minding my own business at the Indy 1500 gun show, when I hear 4 guys walk in.
First guy: "OK, all of you write down my cell phone number so if you see something you're interested in you can call me and I check it out."
Second guy: "Do I want a pistol or a rifle?"
First guy: "We'll see what they have and talk about it."
Third guy to Fourth guy: "Did you get Martin's memo?"
Fourth guy: "Yeah, that (redacted)."
First guy: "OK, Irv, let's go back and look at that shotgun."
Deduction: Four guys from the same company. Three of them don't know crap from breakfast about guns. They persuade a work buddy who DOES know crap from breakfast to take them to the gun show and help them pick out suitable weapons.
Conclusion: More weapons are being bought by newbies than anybody thinks.
I LOVE IT.