I'll start this thread by saying that my girlfriend is not anti-gun, but not quite as pro-gun as I am, she supports responsible ownership, but doesn't quite have the passion for the sport that I do. A few weeks ago we bought her her first gun to learn with (Beretta Neos), and I think it's great to see a new shooter take pride in her gun. Fast forward to the events of Sandy Hook, and the soon to follow bobble-heads of the media trying to scare the people into believing that the government is going to implement some type of ban, and her and I got to talking about the what if's and if I thought the people would really stand against the government. Just for the heck of it, and to prove my point, we hopped into the car and drove up to one of the big box hunting stores to find the rifle accessories picked clean, and plenty more people besides us looking through what was left for anything they might want. So we left that store, and went to one of the local gun ranges that has a storefront as well, and was able to find that they had some PMAG's stored in the back they were selling 2 at a time. Most people were coming in, looking, and leaving without asking anyone for them, but I stood in line and asked when I got up to the counter. As my girlfriend was looking around, soaking in the dozens of people who were scrounging up every last thing they might want, she seemed to realize how passionate most of us are about our sport, and...here was the kicker...once we got up to the counter, I bought my 2 Pmags, and she whipped out her card and bought 2 more for me. I think I'm in love. So, as we got out to the car and were driving home, she kind of mentioned how it seemed crazy that so many people were in a frenzy like that, but I told her that they way I see it, the money we spent that night was a vote for what we believe in. Sure, there's never a bad time to buy a few more AR magazines, but truth be told, what people buy and when they buy it speaks volumes to our legislators. Could you imagine what our elected leaders would have said if there were record drops in sales in the gun industry? Heck, there were plenty of people who said they NRA was weak, and didn't believe in it's own cause anymore simply because they fell silent out of respect for the Sandy Hook Victims. Talk about a cheap shot!! I picked up 4 PMags, and renewed my NRA membership which I didn't realize had lapsed. It's not much, but it's a contribution to the cause nonetheless. So, per the title of the thread, what have you done to support the gun culture lately, if anything?