Gun shop owners in Arizona are reporting a rise in sales of the Glock 9mm, the model that killed six and wounded 14 in Tucson last weekend, and sales of firearms have increased across the country. Sales of the 33-round magazine allegedly used by Jared Lee Loughner have rocketed. The magazines were banned under the Clinton administration after a gunman used one on a train in Long Island, killing six people and wounding 19, but the restriction lapsed under president George W. Bush.
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