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    Renewed calls for gun control laws spur sales to record August since 1998

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    Newly released August records show that the FBI posted 1.7 million background checks required of gun purchasers at federally licensed dealers, the highest number recorded in any August since gun checks began in 1998. The numbers follow new monthly highs for June (1.5 million) and July (1.6 million), a period which spans a series of deadly gun attacks — from Charleston to Roanoke — and proposals for additional firearm legislation.

    While the FBI does not track actual gun sales, as multiple firearms can be included in a transaction by a single buyer, the National Instant Criminal Background Check System's numbers are an indicator of a market upswing in the face of growing anxiety about access to guns.
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    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/n...ales/71703118/

    https://news.google.com/news/rtc?ncl=dLLssEH381-uqPM

    LOL A conflict between the progs precautionary principle and the Barbara Streisand Effect.
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