By Tiffany Tatro
Oklahoma City, OK (KOKH/CNN) - President Obama's re-election had people buying guns at sporting goods stores in Oklahoma.
Trevor Hale spends a lot of time at the shooting range. But after Tuesday's election, he is afraid he might not have a gun too much longer.
"I'm definitely concerned that they're going to try to take away my firearms," said Hale.
"People who fear they can't have something, the first thing they're gonna do is go out and buy something," said Clay Hoover with Heartland Outdoors.
Hoover says just a day after President Obama was re-elected, sales shot up.
"We sold everything. If I hadn't been nailed down they would have sold me," said Hoover.
Not just guns and ammo. Heartland also has had a record number of people sign up for a concealed carry permit.
"We sold out an entire class in a matter of an hour and a half. That's never happened before," said Hoover.
He says it's no coincidence classes filled up the day after the president's re-election.
"People remembered his comment from about three weeks ago about him wanting to reinstitute gun bans," said Hoover.
Words that did not sit well with gun enthusiasts like Hale.
"It's in the constitution that we have the right to own guns," said Hale.
So Hale is going to stock up while he can.
"In case there's a ban on how much we can buy at a time or what kind we can buy or what kind we can't buy," he said.