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Proponents of the new law say it will ensure that people who are prohibited from owning guns, such as those with protective orders against them or violent criminal histories, cannot get their hands on long guns by buying them in private transactions.

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No it won't. Libs will feel virtuous, thinking they have solved a problem, whether it accomplishes anything or not.

People with violent criminal histories will steal them or buy them from other criminals, easy peasy.

Meanwhile law abiding citizens will be inconvenienced and charged $30 for the privilege.
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