Gun makers and dealers, including Utah`s Browning Arms Co., continue to feed the illegal gun market by allowing illicit firearm sales, according to a report released Thursday by the Brady Campaign. But a Utah gun-rights advocate said the organization is misinformed about the firearms distribution process and questioned whether the report`s release was retaliation for a Wednesday vote by the U.S. House granting gun manufacturers immunity from lawsuits for damages resulting from their products. "They lost that battle," said Janalee Tobias, founder and president of Women Against Gun Control. "Now they`re trying to blame the gun manufacturers and dealers."
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