"The latest figures from the FBI show that July 2016 was the 15th consecutive month of record
background checks for gun sales.
The previous July record was set in 2015, when there were 1,600,832 background checks. But the FBI
reports that July 2016 there were 2,197,169-an increase of nearly...
Some guy passed a background check and wanted to buy a gun to shoot up a school. The gun store owner refused the sale. Once again personal judgement saved lives not a background check.
Who would have guessed?
Black Friday breaks record with 185K gun background checks
More Americans had their backgrounds checked purchasing guns on Black Friday than any day in the on record, according to data released by the FBI this week.
Didn't the NY Slimes say that less Americans are buying guns?
I guess existing gun owners have lots of disposable income and keep buying all the guns for the last 5 months straight.
Gun background checks break records 5 months in a row
The number of...
My MiL lives alone in her single family home (local) and she's thinking of inviting a live-in to assist with daily chores, errands, keep her company etc. Not through an agency. She's been put in contact with this woman through acquaintances, of whom we know little.
She claims to be an RN on...
The priority of Congress should be to keep guns away from criminals. The best way to do this is by expanding criminal background checks.
I'm a hunter and gun owner. I support...
by AWR HAWKINS7 Jan 2015136
The FBI's December figures show 2.3 million background checks for gun purchasers were conducted in one month alone.
That is an increase of...
BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. (AP) - More gun sales than ever are slipping through the federal background check system - 186,000 last year, a rate of 512 gun sales a day, as states fail to consistently provide thorough, real-time updates on criminal and mental...
The state Assembly on Saturday failed to muster the votes to approve legislation aimed at identifying criminals and others who are improperly buying ammunition in California.
Sen. Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) originally proposed that residents who buy bullets be required to get a state permit...