"Marc LeForestier, a deputy California attorney general, touted the state's gun laws as a potential national model.
"Like California, Congress should require gun buyers to undergo criminal background checks and use those records to build a firearms registry, he said.
"But in response to [a] question, LeForestier acknowledged that 600,000 firearms are still sold illegally every year in California even though the state reputedly has the nation's toughest gun laws." (emphasis added)
So, how many guns would fall through the cracks if the United States implemented a strict California Plan?
Kind of makes you wonder.
- Dr. Gatling.