Nationwide, sales of guns and ammunition in the United States have continued to decline since Republican Donald Trump was elected president.
Federal background checks, which do not precisely track gun sales but serve as the best available proxy, have fallen significantly each month since Election Day, cnn.com reports.
In March, the FBI ran 2.43 million background checks, vs. 2.52 million in March 2016.
Of those, 81,153 background checks were run in Ohio in March, a nearly 5 percent decrease from the 85,267 in March 2016.
Banford said he attributes his recent sales decline solely to Trump’s victory.