Talk of tighter gun control has some worried about future gun rights.
The speculation has even boosted the attendance at local gun shows across the country.
Thousands showed up to a gun show in
"A number of people who are pro guns are coming out to express their concerns about the possibility of loosing their rights to carry and own fire arms," said Becher.
Those opposed to current gun laws have set their sites on the gun show loop hole, which allows private sellers to sell guns at private shows without a background check, but Becher says that's not the real problem.
"Almost everyone here follows the law. They aren't going to sell to someone who has a known felony or who they feel is mentally unstable. These guys aren't going to do it," said Becher.
Becher stressed that more focus needs to be put on mental health rather than tighter gun control.
"It's not one of these guys here that's buying or selling a gun that's going out and doing these shootings its someone who has obtained that weapon illegally or who has a mental health issue," said Becher.
The recent mass shootings in
"The gun laws I'm not sure if they need to be changed or not I'm kind of on the fence because I'm a sportsman yet assault rifles have there place," said gun enthusiast Bruce Scott.
"We've got the right to own guns and I think we should maintain those rights but there should be some restrictions on what guns we can have," said gun enthusiast Les Weber.
As for outlawing guns altogether.
"It's like the old bumper sticker says when guns are outlawed only outlaws will have guns," said Scott
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