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Guest column: Why the ghost gun loophole must be closed

Last April, a 32-year-old man was arraigned on one count of murder and four counts of attempted murder after he gunned down five people in what police describe as an unprovoked attack carried out with a 9mm “ghost gun.” The gunman is a convicted felon barred by law from owning firearms. But that criminal record didn’t stop him from getting his hands on an untraceable ghost gun and perpetrating a deadly mass shooting in the San Diego Gaslamp District.
SAN DIEGO, CA
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5 things to know about ghost guns

As discussions about ghost guns, their regulation and concerns for public safety migrate to the public sphere, here are five facts to help navigate the conversation — The term "ghost guns" – derived from the fact that these firearms are un-serialized, difficult to trace, and often remain invisible to the tracking and regulation covering traditionally manufactured firearms – refers to a wide range of homemade or improvised firearms.
PUBLIC SAFETY
kusi.com

San Diego City Council cracks down on ‘ghost guns’

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The San Diego City Council passed an ordinance Tuesday intended to crack down on firearms without individual serial numbers — so called “ghost guns” — and work to combat their proliferation on the streets. The Eliminate Non-Serialized Untraceable Firearm ordinance — introduced by Councilwoman Marni von...
SAN DIEGO, CA
fox5sandiego.com

City council votes to ban ‘ghost guns’ in San Diego

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – The San Diego City Council passed an ordinance Tuesday intended to crack down on firearms without individual serial numbers — so called “ghost guns” — and work to combat their proliferation on the streets. The Eliminate Non-Serialized Untraceable Firearm ordinance — introduced by Councilwoman Marni von...
SAN DIEGO, CA
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