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Gun Policy News, 7 September 1998

Estados Unidos

7 September 1998

Los Angeles Times

SACRAMENTO — A year ago, Gov. Pete Wilson said he probably would sign a ban on Saturday night specials if they were proved to be unsafe. Not too small. Not too cheap. But too dangerous to handle. Wilson had just vetoed a bill that would have outlawed the so-called junk guns. He protested that they were not all junk. Some were well-made. But the bill also banned these quality handguns because they were considered too small — too easily concealable. "That's totally... (GunPolicy.org)

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Japón,Naciones Unidas

7 September 1998

Kyodo News

TOKYO — representatives from 21 countries as well as from the international criminal police organization (interpol) started three-day talks in Tokyo on Monday to curb proliferation of small arms. At the meeting of experts, sponsored by the foreign ministry, participants will exchange views on ways to prevent illegal trading in small arms such as pistols and on methods to collect weapons from regions where warfare has ended, ministry officials said. One method to be... (GunPolicy.org)

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