Gun sales have skyrocketed in KOTA Territory and across the country.
Michael Mooney, owner of Southern Hills Tactical in Custer, says the demand for firearms is unprecedented.
He says he sold 85 assault weapons ranging from $650 dollars to $3,000 dollars in just three days.
He believes people are buying in bulk, in hopes of turning a profit later, when the weapons are presumably tougher to get.
"Never seen sales like this at all. In the month of December there was nearly 2.8 million sales transfers done though NICS, which is roughly a million more than the previous December," says Mooney.
Mooney says most of his buyers are in their mid 40's or older.