It was on fox news. The news reported that they had made a mistake. I guess they can do background checks based on care workers, nurses, doctors, etc opinions. Not good. The news said that they have flaws in this. I am not good at posting info but a search should bring it up.
It's simple enough to create a document that contains the basic info and a couple of photos for every gun in the stable, and then simply store that file on one of the little USB "thumb" drives. A copy can be kept locally, in the safe deposit box, and perhaps elsewhere. Works very well, and doesn't require a lot of effort (if done at time of each purchase/sale).
"Sorry, man, we melted them all down before we found out we had the wrong guy. We're going to compensate you with what we think the value of the firearms was worth. Here's a $25 gift card to a vegetarian eatery. We were going to give you a coupon booklet to McDonald's, but we don't think you should be eating fries and sodas."
As an army combat veteran, I have sought VA counseling of my own free will for the last 5 years. Why? Because I can..... Its nice to be able to talk to someone who has an understanding of what I have been through, and i get to ***** about anything i want ! Its like having a wife who listens but Im not actually married !...jk If they try and claim I am crazy and take my guns based on something as stupid as this..... you will hear about me on the news.
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