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Gun Policy News


30 November 1998

USA Today

Thousands of prospective gun buyers who should be disqualified may be able to buy a weapon anyway as a new nationwide system of instant background checks goes into effect Monday. That's because many states don't keep the records needed to build the FBI database used for the instant check system. And if the database doesn't recommend disqualification, a buyer can get the weapon on the spot. The instant-check system is the latest evolution of the Brady Law, which went... (

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