I know I do, they were a big deal, or at least they seemed to be when I was a kid. But, with credit, and instant gratification, it seemed that lay away was a thing of the past. But, today, I stopped by a Gander Mountain, planning on buying some ammo, some targets, and of course look over their gun selection. I will say, Gander Mountain is more expensive than some stores, but, they always seem to have some good deals. One such deal was on a gun I wrote about two, three weeks ago, a Ruger SR .40 C. I liked the price, but, the gun was in a dual tone, so I asked the salesman to check if they had it in all black. They did not, but, they did have an SR 9 c in black, just one. I figured I would just wait until later, but then I remembered someone saying that Gander Mountain has lay away for firearms. So, after paying 20% down, actually I paid a bit more, I will soon be the proud owner of a fine pistol, as long as I pay the balance within 60 days, trust me it will take much less than that. And, yes, I would suggest anyone looking to buy a gun, but who has trouble saving money to pay one lump sum, might look into firearm lay away programs. I would also suggest other stores bring back lay away programs. A bit of delayed gratification is a good thing.
I’m sorry but Attkisson has some serious temperament issues.
Let’s be frank: Media Matters is quite openly an activist media watchdog operation. Its brief is to provide a counter-balance to hackish and/or biased rightwing media and to make sure Republicans get plenty of scrutiny.