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Gun Policy News


12 October 2007

Washington Post

D.C. police Sgt. Curt Sloan held Polaroid snapshots of the 98 guns he helped recover in the mid-1990s, memories of past police glory. He pointed to pictures of an extended-barrel MAC-10 machine gun and a tommy gun, the cylinder-fed machine gun known best from the Prohibition days of Al Capone. They represented a fraction of the 1,308 guns that the city's firearms recovery units yanked from D.C. streets in 18 months from 1995 to 1997. "Somebody is alive today because... (

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