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The ongoing crime wave in Indianapolis has resulted in a surge
in gun sales, WXIN-TV Channel 59 reports.
With each big crime comes another spurt in purchases.
Indianapolis police say applications for first-time permits in July were up 15 percent from a year earlier. At Donâ??s Guns,
sales have roughly doubled.
What do you make of it?