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Stolen Firearms: Arming the Enemy
Jim Kessler (au); Lisa Kimbrough (au)
With over 500,000 gun crimes annually, it is clear that criminals in America are still gaining all too easy access to firearms. In the years 1992-2002 nearly 1.7 million firearms fell into criminal hands through theft, most often because a gun is improperly stored in someone’s home. As a consequence, every year in America, tens of thousands of legal gun owners are the victims of a crime that unintentionally arms the enemy. These 1.7 million stolen firearms are by definition in the hands of criminals and are often circulated through the black market, supplied to violent criminals and used in later criminals. One-fifth of federal gun trafficking investigations involve stolen firearms. Includes recommendations. Illustrations.
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