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Argentina

22 April 2002

Christian Science Monitor

BUENOS AIRES — Fernando Janeiro fetches a short-barrelled, stockless shotgun from the shelf, breaks the barrel, and hands it to a potential customer. Mr. Janeiro has little need for a fancy sales pitch, as the weapons are selling themselves. The doors have barely closed when the next customer walks in, he says. La Veneziana is one of the most august hunting stores in Buenos Aires. It has provided Argentina's discerning elite with firearms, handguns, and hunting... (GunPolicy.org)

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