Where Do Crime Guns Come From? Not Necessarily From Where You Think.

by mikethegunguy

My friends at The Trace have just published a document that has floated around gun circles since it first appeared in 2003 as an affidavit in a liability case against the gun industry that was one of a number of class-action torts which came to a crashing end in 2005.  Bob Ricker, the deposition’s author, had been an NRA attorney and gun-industry lobbyist who then went over to the ‘other side’ and began working in favor of more stringent industry regulations as a way to keep guns out of the ‘wrong hands.’

Source: Where Do Crime Guns Come From? Not Necessarily From Where You Think.

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