Md. Proposed Assault Weapon Ban Spurring Sales

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Nathaniel Dixon had been thinking of buying an assault rifle. The ban being debated by the Maryland General Assembly cemented the deal, says the Baltimore Sun. Dixon walked away from a gun show Saturday pleased with his $1,100 Olympic Arms .223-caliber semiautomatic, a formidable-looking weapon of military appearance that is nearly 3 feet long. He
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