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Gun controllers target retailers to support indefinite background check delays

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Two groups have presented a petition with more than 100,000 names to Cabela's of Greenville asking the outdoor store to change its gun policy so that sales are not completed until federal background checks are finished.
Currently, federal law allows a gun sale to proceed even if a background check is not complete if the buyer has waited three days since starting the purchase.

Read the complete article: Greenville Online

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