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Gun Policy News


22 September 2002


WASHINGTON — Roughly two out of every 100 applicants who applied to purchase a firearm last year were rejected after a background check, and a smaller percentage was arrested, federal statistics released Sunday showed. In real numbers, 151,000 out of nearly 7.6 million applicants — or 1.9 percent — were rejected after checks by the FBI or state and local agencies, according to the Justice Department. About 1,900 were arrested, according to the findings compiled... (

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