There are many ways to buy a gun.
There are people who make their own, who sell them online, and then there are people like Wayne Dornan who have taken the firearms industry by storm and are making money off the backs of their customers.
Wayne Darnan is one of those people.
The Gunsmith and Gun Owner was a podcast from 2013 that delved into the gun industry, and he has since built a reputation for himself by making a name for himself in the industry.
The podcast had a lot of controversy for its lack of coverage and for some of the content that Wayne was involved in.
It was one of the few podcasts that dared to break the rules.
Wayne has had to take down his podcast, which was also banned from all major media outlets.
In a statement to TechCrunch, Wayne said that he was going to take the podcast offline, but he would be happy to continue working on it as long as he can.
“I’ve been a gun owner for more than 40 years.
I’ve worked with guns in every conceivable form, from handguns to shotguns to hunting rifles.
And as a result of this I have developed a deep appreciation for firearms,” Wayne said.
He also said that his podcast was one that people should “check out if you are interested in learning more about the history and the industry”.
There were plenty of complaints about the podcast from people who found the content “inappropriate”, “disgusting”, “creepy” and “offensive”.
However, he was able to find a niche audience that enjoyed the content and the podcast’s focus on guns was a popular topic.
Wayne also had an impressive sales track record.
He was one the highest-paid gun salespeople in Australia in 2014.
He told TechCrunch that he started his business by selling guns to “anybody who wanted one”.
“I got my start selling guns, I’ve never sold guns myself.
I was selling them to the same people for 30 years.
So if you ask me, that’s my whole life,” Wayne told TechBuzz.
“That’s my life and it’s been my whole career, and it will always be.”
The podcast also made Wayne a target of criticism.
The criticism focused on his comments about guns being used for child abuse, as well as his claims that guns were “designed to kill”.
“The fact that people are going to try and tell you that the Second Amendment was designed to kill is disgusting,” Wayne explained.
“They’re trying to say that we should be able to use firearms in any manner, to kill anybody, any kind of creature, whatever, and that’s just offensive.”
He added that the media did a “terrible job” covering the issue of gun violence in Australia.
“The media in Australia just seems to be obsessed with gun control and gun owners.
They really don’t have a clue what’s going on,” he said.
“A lot of these guns, the ones that are being sold, are actually not very good guns.
They’re not very accurate weapons.”
The Gun and Shotguns podcast has now been banned from media outlets, and Wayne is planning to take his business offline.
In his statement to us, he said that, after much thought, he had decided to take it offline.
“After more than 30 years of shooting and building guns, Wayne has found that the firearms market is a lucrative and profitable business,” he wrote.
Wayne is one man who has made his money off of guns. “
Unfortunately, the Australian media seems to think they know better than anyone what is actually going on with gun ownership in Australia and the gun trade in general.”
Wayne is one man who has made his money off of guns.
He has had his own podcast on the guns industry and his own gun store.
There is plenty more to Wayne’s story.
Wayne had a career that began with a small business in the 1980s.
“In 1980, I was working at a hardware store in Melbourne when a woman who was working as a cashier came to visit and found out that I had a business selling guns,” Wayne recalled.
“She was really excited about it and said that she could sell me a gun.”
The sale went smoothly and Wayne got his first gun in 1986.
“It was a Winchester Model 60, and the price was around $1,000,” Wayne recalls.
“My wife loved it and she told me she wanted one too.”
Wayne’s store was a success, and by 1987, he started another small gun store in Sydney.
“At that point, I had three stores.
My second store was in Melbourne and was a full-time store, and my third store was across the street from my third,” he told TechHub.
“And when the third store opened, it was a little bit of a head scratcher for me.”
The second store opened in 1990 and the third opened in 1994.