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Lockyer: `Fingerprinting` Firearms Not Feasible

Thursday, January 30, 2003

The technology doesn`t yet exist to enable California to track the ballistic "fingerprints" of every firearm made and sold in the state, Attorney General Bill Lockyer said Wednesday in a report based on studies at the center of the national gun control debate.

Read Original at: Oakland Tribune

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