How the U.S. traces guns in crimes

When guns are recovered in crime scenes around

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When guns are recovered in crime scenes around the country, tracing their history is not something out of Hollywood with elaborate computer databases. Instead, the government does it in rural West Virginia using paper, people and time. AP video. (Jan. 28)

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