When the National Rifle Association launched the “Take Our Guns” campaign, it was intended to show how easy it is to get a gun illegally.
But the NRA’s most recent attempt at getting guns away from bad guys, the Stop Gun Trafficking Act, has failed.
Here’s what happened.
Gun shops, for years, have been a big part of the problem.
Every time you go to a gun shop, you have to get one of these little plastic guns and a couple of bucks.
You’re buying a toy gun, and the toy gun is supposed to be yours.
But there’s no way to take that gun away unless you have a court order.
The problem is, the ATF is a part of that court order system.
They can ask a local sheriff’s office to issue the order.
It’s called a “pre-printed firearm identification document,” or PRID.
The ATF and other law enforcement agencies are required by law to issue PRIDs every six months.
These documents allow law enforcement to track down a gun owner and order them to turn over their weapon.
But many times, those orders aren’t executed.
Because PRIDs aren’t made in the United States, they are generally not available in the countries where guns are trafficked.
So the ATF has had to turn to other countries to get these orders, including Thailand, where the law requires a local police department to issue a PRID every three months.
Because of this, the U.S. government has been using a loophole to make it easier for gun owners to turn their PRIDs over to authorities abroad.
This loophole has made it easier to sell guns without going through the ATF.
One of the more recent loopholes allows a U.K. man named Tom Loh to sell a Uzi-style weapon with an ATF PRID in it.
Loh’s PRID was issued in the UK, but because the Uzi was seized in Thailand, it wasn’t issued in his country.
So when the ATF issued the order, Loh was able to get it through customs in Thailand without getting a court warrant.
When the Umpqua shooting occurred, Lah was able with the help of his friend to get his weapon back.
It turns out that if you have the right PRID, you can legally get a weapon without going to court.
The only problem is that, while the UMPqua shooting was supposed to help raise awareness about gun violence, the NRA and its allies are still working on ways to make gun ownership legal in the U, even though the NRA is the only group that has made gun trafficking a federal crime.
A gun shop is a place where you can buy a gun without going into court.
The law enforcement officers who take the guns away aren’t supposed to have any idea what’s in the gun.
And the only reason they’re there is because of a pre-printed document that’s being passed around.
There are many loopholes in the law that allow for the guns to be sold.
So if you’re a gun dealer, you should be aware of them.
If you’re not a gun seller, you shouldn’t be a gun user.
If someone you’re selling a gun to is in a mental health crisis, it should be noted that it might not be the gun that kills the person.
The most common loophole is that the gun is listed as a “personal protection firearm,” or PPR.
This means that the ATF and local police departments can use it to trace someone to get an order to take their gun away.
But even if you’ve never been in trouble with the law, it’s still a felony to own a PPR in the country where it’s being sold.
Even if you own one, the law enforcement officials are allowed to seize it if they’re investigating a criminal act, such as trafficking a gun.
But if they don’t want to, the gun can be sold at a gun store and used to buy a firearm.
The NRA’s anti-gun-trafficking tactics have been criticized by gun owners, many of whom say that the law allows them to buy guns and then sell them to law enforcement without being charged.
The National Rifle Federation’s lobbying arm, the National Shooting Sports Foundation, released a statement saying that, in many instances, the PPR is a way for law enforcement and the ATF to “make a quick buck.”
But that’s not always the case.
One man, who asked to be identified only as “John,” was told by an ATF official that, if he didn’t comply with the order to turn the gun over, he would have to go to jail.
John said that he was told that he would be fined $500 if he refused.
And, in some cases, police officers who come into a gun dealership and take guns away have their weapons confiscated.
“It’s like they’re taking my gun away for the first time,” John said.
“I’m going to lose it, and they’re going to