Since the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut local gun shops in Louisiana have seen a drastic spike in gun and ammo sales. The Cash in a Flash Pawn Shop in Shreveport has seen an increase in the sale of guns, including assault weapons. The says that while they have some of the assault rifles in stock, they are flying off the shelves. The store has gone from selling around 5 guns a day to more than 60 a day since the shooting. Paul Murray, owner of Shooter USA in Bossier City says that his store has also had a lot of people buying guns, but even more people are taking safety lessons and signing up for concealed weapons permit courses. Possible stricter gun legislation is expected to be introduced to congress after January 1st.