The sales of firearms has slowed down since President-elect Donald Trump won the election.
FOX's Eben Brown presents "Bullet Points":
I'm Eben Brown.
That big gun-buying frenzy appears to have leveled off since the election came to an end. Bryan Villella owns gun spot in Gainesville, Florida.
(Villella) "Before the election, I think a lot of people were afraid Hillary possibly putting different gun laws into play."
Donald Trump got a very early-on endorsement from the NRA and spent much of his campaign promising to appoint Supreme Court justices partial to existing Second Amendment interpretation.
Dateline, Baltimore, where the city council votes 'yes' on disallowing toy guns. The ban would criminalize replicas of firearms that resemble working firearms too closely. The city council's president says not only are the faux firearms being used in assaults and robberies, but children are at risk of being mistaken for carrying the real thing. If the measure is fully approved, anyone carrying a replica firearm deemed too real-looking could be fined hundreds of dollars.
And those are your Bullet Points.
I'm Eben Brown, FOX News.