ATF releases firearms trace data and lost and stolen gun report for 2012

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by kumabear17, Jun 20, 2013.

  1. kumabear17

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    Gee, I wonder what group of people would travel around that much??
     
  3. Dave Workman

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    Whoever they are, they're not teenagers
     
  4. hermannr

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    there are a couple in there that I don't care for as there is not enough information..."in possession"? "prohibited person" in possession, or illegal seizure? I'm sure it means both, but what percentage of both? and.... Under investigation? What the hey is that?
     
  5. Mark W.

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    WOW now that's some interesting stuff. In Oregon the Average time to crime for a firearm is 11.09 years. SO waiting periods have almost no chance of stopping more then a tiny amount of crime.
     
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    Just Freakin wonderful. They show an AR and the label under it is "Machine Guns"
     
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    This bubblegum is annoying to look at, who the bubblegum is getting paid to create this excessive bullbubblegum. Why am i looking at bar/chart for bubbleguming Derringers. Next time print it on a dot matrix and save us a cool million, thanks.
     
  8. Dunerunner

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    I believe the studies are intended for law enforcement. It does shoot holes in any 10 day waiting period...., among other things.
     
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    Why? A gun could be used in a crime seconds after being bought/stolen and then take 11 years to be found and a trace asked for.
     
  10. Dunerunner

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    Or stolen and not used in a crime for 11 years.
     
  11. BAMCIS

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    This crap is simply someone is trying to justify their job.
     
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