Jay Wye Wrote:
Dec 27, 2012 1:51 PM
"No questions asked",no records kept. MAYBE they will check the guns against list of stolen guns,that is right and proper,to return stolen property,but I doubt they'll invest the effort to see if any gun was a "crime gun",because there's no point. they can't track it back to the last USER. they won't even pull fingerprints off them.Knowing a gun was used in a crime does nothing towards solving that crime,if you can't link it to the USER.