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When gun shops do good

The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Ownership embarasses itself:

Which is what happened last month when the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence released a report, “Shady Dealings: Illegal Gun Trafficking from Licensed Gun Dealers.” Tanner’s store was featured as one of the scurrilous.

What the Brady Center didn’t know is that the sale had been a sting, arranged in cooperation with the local office of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Oops.

2 Responses to “When gun shops do good”

  1. Michael Says:

    Yeah so was Adventures Outdoors in Smyrna Georgia, it is one of my local shops that I venture to often.

  2. tkdkerry Says:

    Embarrassed? I wish. To be embarrassed you have to be able to recognize that you were wrong. These imbeciles are only capable of (self-)righteous indignation.