On Friday, Donald Trump became the first US president to address the National Rifle Association since Ronald Reagan in 1983. During his campaign, Trump said his rival would "decimate the Second Amendment," which guarantees Americans the right to bear arms. But Trump's election has been a bit of a mixed bag for gun dealers and enthusiasts. VOA's Masood Farivar reports.
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