How guns are smuggled from state to state on the iron pipeline | Just the FAQs

How guns are smuggled from state to state on the iron pipeline | Just the FAQs 1

 

Here's how guns legally bought in one state are smuggled illegally into another on the iron pipeline.

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"Gun violence in this country is an epidemic," Biden said during remarks in the White House Rose Garden, calling it an "international embarrassment."

The president unveiled his first major steps to address gun violence on Thursday, directing his administration to tighten restrictions on so-called ghost guns, or untraceable weapons that can be constructed from parts purchased online:

Attorney General Merrick Garland said the Justice Department would propose a rule within 30 days to close a regulatory loophole that allows ghost guns, which lack serial numbers, to be purchased without a background check.
Garland said the administration also plans to tighten regulations on the kind of stabilizing braces for pistols used in last month's Boulder, Colorado, shooting that left 10 people dead.
Other actions include directing five federal agencies to make changes to 26 different programs to direct vital support to community violence intervention programs as quickly as possible.
The president also directed the Justice Department to publish model "red flag" legislation for states that want to enact such laws that enable courts to temporarily bar people in crisis from accessing firearms if they may hurt themselves or others.
Biden will also sign an order directing the Justice Department to issue an annual report on firearms trafficking, which the ATF has not done since 2000.

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12 Comments on "How guns are smuggled from state to state on the iron pipeline | Just the FAQs"

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  4. Purple Rocket | April 13, 2021 at 6:03 PM | Reply

    Here in Maine, we have zero gun-control. Our homicides are practically non existing.

  5. Calvin McClory | April 13, 2021 at 6:13 PM | Reply

    Its disappointing to see new outlets play on the fears of suburban white women. This is just like the kidnapping fear mongering in the 90s. South Park made fun of you then. And you should be made fun of now.

  6. This is asinine. 80% of the guns used in NYC are from outside of NYC, because NYC has some of the strictest gun purchase and ownership laws in the nation. Translation, you cant really buy and/or carry a gun legally in NYC. Therefore, you have to acquire them from outside the city/state. You aren’t going to drive to Oklahoma to get a gun are you? Make up some catchy phrase like “Iron Pipeline” so that you liberals have another evil noun to go after. You can’t get these guns in the city, yet the gun crimes still occur. You think maybe, possibly, it might be, because the average citizen can’t defend themselves, and the criminals just do whatever they want anyway?

  7. Love that this is titled Just the FAQs!

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