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26 December 2001

Newsday (New York)

DARRA, Pakistan — A stream of bearded men walked into Mohammad Shah's cramped shop, sat cross-legged on an Afghan carpet, sipped green tea and started haggling over the price of AK-47 assault rifles, pistols and shotguns. A half hour later, three men walked outside and began firing into the air, testing their purchases. Still, Shah complained that business is lagging. My shop used to be packed all the time, he said as he dismantled a Russian-made shotgun that was... (GunPolicy.org)

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