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April 12, 2013 4:37pm
 
Rodolfo...Please point out the difference between
the so called semiautomatic assault rifles and
a semiautomatic hunting rifle. Only a small percentage
of murders had rifles involved. The differences are
mainly cosmetic. Giving government access to mental
health files would violate the 4th amendment and current
regulations pertaining to privacy of medical records.

Publicus.....The licensed gun dealers at gun shows must
do a background check. They account for the majority
of sales at gun shows. The new law would require private
sellers at gun shows to have one of the licensed (for a fee) dealers do a background check prior to a sale. Hope this clears up your question. Private gun sales
at gun shows are a very small portion of the sales
volume. Much ado about nothing. Guess what, requiring
private sellers to do background checks will only
result in the seller and buyer meeting some place
else.
     
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