A gun-rights activist is not surprised that firearms are flying over the shelves in some European countries.
Violent crimes are on the rise across Europe as the continent is flooded with Islamic migrants numbering in the millions, and now citizens are scrambling to arm themselves for self-defense in countries with restrictive laws.
One example is Norway (see video below,) where women are justly concerned about sexual violence, says Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America.
Muslims have been "deposited" across Europe by willing governments, he says, and now there is violence everywhere.
The CBN News report, recorded in 2012 from Norway, reported then that Muslim men were raping Norwegian women while authorities turned a blind eye due to political correctness.
Three years later, Muslim asylum seekers in Norway are being taught not to rape the native women, American Thinker reported this month.
Despite restrictive firearms laws in Europe, Pratt says, shotguns can be bought in Austria and they are flying off the shelves.
Austria has less restrictive laws than other European countries, WorldNetDaily reported in an October story, and there are no more shotguns or rifles to be found.
The WND story confirmed that women are the main customers.
A more recent story about firearms purchases, by the Gatestone Institute, reported that German citizens are buying up everything from pepper spray to flare guns in response to rapes, robberies, and assaults by Muslim migrants.
An average of 10,000 Muslims are flooding into Germany a day.
A spokesman for the Second Amendment Foundation told WND that he had recently returned from Europe, where the people there "now wish they had a Second Amendment.”