This weekend's gun show in Rochester drew larger crowds than usual.
About 2,700 people attended the Minnesota Weapons Collectors Association's show at the Mayo Civic Center on Saturday alone and sales were brisk according to the Post-Bulletin.
Last months school shooting in Connecticut has resulted in an increase in gun sales and ammunition as people are stocking up on weapons they fear may be banned in the future. Ammunition was the biggest seller at the Rochester show Saturday.
Organizers say last year about 2,800 people attended the gun show over the course of two days.