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Criminals acquire guns through social connections, study shows

Criminals are far more likely to acquire guns from family and acquaintances than by theft, according to new research. The findings suggest that targeting by law enforcement of the intermediaries in the underground market, the straw purchasers and the traffickers helps reduce access to guns by some dangerous people, say authors of a new report.
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