Gun registry

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A gun registry is a government list of firearms and their owners. Currently, in the U.S., there is no national gun registry, but some states, such as Hawaii, have provided the federal government with information on gun owners.[1] At the federal level, legislation has been introduced to criminalize creation of a gun registry.[2]


  1. ^ Lott, John (27 May 2016). "Obama just got one giant step closer towards creating a national gun registry".
  2. ^ Terkel, Amanda; Stein, Sam (11 April 2013). "National Gun Registry Creation Carries 15-Year Sentence Under Joe Manchin, Pat Toomey Deal" – via Huff Post.

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