Background Checks on Gun Buyers Were Designed to Fail — by the NRA
Making background checks universal isn’t enough if the checks themselves don’t work.
Since America’s instant check system for gun buyers went online in November 1998, the gun control movement and its allies in Congress have made the expansion of the system their primary focus. This expansion has been promoted as the way to stop dangerous people from buying firearms.
The National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) was designed to be fast and easy. Federally licensed dealers contact an FBI call center in Clarksburg, West…