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Fear of law changes keep gun sales soaring in Pennsylvania

Por: PennLive Politics April 07, 2021

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For the third quarter in a row, the Pennsylvania State Police are reporting a new record in the point-of-sale background checks required before most gun sales, meaning that last year has just kept soaring into 2021.In the first quarter of 2021, the Pennsylvania Instant Check System completed 427,450 background checks. That’s up 40.2 percent from January through March 2020. State Police said previous records for PICS activity were 420,581... + full article



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