“Stolen gun report a sign of things to come from Obama’s second term”

Muy interstante. From The Examiner:

A report released yesterday by the Bureau of Justice Statistics in Washington claims “About 1.4 million firearms were stolen during household burglaries and other property crimes over the six-year period from 2005 through 2010.

“Of the guns stolen each year during burglaries and other property crimes, at least 80 percent, or an annual average of 186,800 firearms, had not been recovered up to six months after being stolen,”

Sounds ominous. I’m sure that none of the stolen gun reports were false.

The gun control groups are trying to use this information to create more control.

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One Response to “Stolen gun report a sign of things to come from Obama’s second term”

  1. Oops, a lot of them might end up “stolen” if they start getting close to banning…

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