Hey guys, I'm not a gun owner and think there ought to be a federal background check on anyone wishing to buy a firearm. That, of course, will never happen. Having gotten that out of the way, I picked up a 1000 sh of Cab at 24 (Oct 19) because of great management, reasonable valuation and well thought out use of retail space. I note that the article was written by a pretty much one man promoter of conservatism. Under current law, if you have owed the gov't a sufficiently large amount for a longtime and have not consented to any kind of payment plan, then losing your right to buy a gun seem's to me to be the least of your problems. They have the right to make you sell your home and personal assets, garnish your wages etc. They can take your gun too, but they can't take away your right to buy one. Anybody notice the extreme profit taking we're seeing today in the face of an excellent earnings report? I think it will sputter for a while, then resume an uptrend.