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14 January 2004

USA Today, Opinion

Convicted Washington, D.C.-area sniper John Muhammad awaits the death penalty, and his teenage accomplice, Lee Malvo, faces life in prison. But Bull's Eye Shooter Supply in Tacoma, Wash., where they picked up the carbine used to kill 16 people across five states in 2002 is still in business — in spite of hundreds of gun-law violations since 1997. Multiple offenders make up only about 1% of the nation's 104,000 licensed gun dealers. But federal statistics indicate... (GunPolicy.org)

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