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Gun Trusts under attack
The New York Times reports that gun trusts are intended to allow the owner of a firearm to pass down his or her weapons to family members in a responsible way. But a loophole in the federal law has other benefits, some of them potentially troubling to gun control advocates.

The Times explains that when trust members buy "restricted firearms through a trust," they are exempt from rules that would apply to individual buyers. Things like "being fingerprinted, obtaining the approval of a chief local law enforcement officer and undergoing a background check" are not required.

More misinformation for the sheep!
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Saw this coming after that nutjob in LA. Obviously this "loophole" is to blame for his escapades...
The law? The law is a human institution...
It would be nice of the NYT would put just as much time investigating police corruption that allegedly lead to his actions, instead of trying to blame the guns.
Dammit, now all the libs are gonna know that silencers are legal, and try to ban those too. Thanks Dorner. Angry

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