Yet, it doesn't make much sense to continue allowing lawfully owned guns to so easily flow into the criminal world, like we do, and to feed into that flow even more with confiscated weapons.
So, until we make every effort to stop the flow of guns from the good guys to the bad guys, I'm opposed to the reselling of confiscated weapons by the police because it increases the problem. Interestingly, the states that do this are among the worst examples of sensible gun control.
Arizona, according to the National Rifle Association, is the third state in the nation to require the sale of confiscated weapons. Kentucky and Tennessee are the other two.
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