Well, of course they have no control over it as long as they continue to turn a blind eye to obviously suspicious purchasers.Given Yuma's proximity to the border, the maturity of the business and its volume of sales, “probably the odds are that some guns are making it into Mexico,” he said. “Unfortunately, some people do break the law once they leave our store.”
That's something he has no control over.
But, we can't expect gun dealers to do the right thing, since many of them are uninterested in nothing other than making a buck. Legitimate gun owners should be the first ones complaining because the only other answer is this
What's your opinion? Please leave a comment.Any gun purchaser must be licensed and each weapon bought must be registered to him.
The registration document and firearm must be presented to the local police after three months from purchase and each year thereafter in order to receive a stamp allowing continuance of the legal registration.