In 2012, 33 Department of Justice agents used the Armed and Prohibited Persons System (APPS) database to identify individuals prohibited from owning guns, including convicted felons, individuals with active restraining orders, and those determined to be mentally unstable. From Jan. 1 to Nov. 30, 2012, DOJ agents seized 2,033 firearms, 117,000 rounds of ammunition, and 11,072 illegal high capacity magazines.
In 2012, 33 Department of Justice agents used the Armed and Prohibited Persons System (APPS) database to identify individuals prohibited from owning guns, including convicted felons, individuals with active restraining orders, and those determined to be mentally unstable. From Jan. 1 to Nov. 30, 2012, DOJ agents seized 2,033 firearms, 117,000 rounds of ammunition, and 11,072 illegal high capacity magazines. California Department of Justice
In 2012, 33 Department of Justice agents used the Armed and Prohibited Persons System (APPS) database to identify individuals prohibited from owning guns, including convicted felons, individuals with active restraining orders, and those determined to be mentally unstable. From Jan. 1 to Nov. 30, 2012, DOJ agents seized 2,033 firearms, 117,000 rounds of ammunition, and 11,072 illegal high capacity magazines. California Department of Justice
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California continues to have large backlog of prohibited gun owners

March 17, 2015 03:19 PM

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