Wednesday, October 30, 2002

John Lott says that ballistic fingerprinting for guns may not work. We should soon find out. New York and Maryland have started recording the ballistic fingerprints of all new handguns sold. They haven't solved any crimes with the help of the database yet. If they solve a lot of crimes, I am sure other states will follow suit. If they don't, then it is just a big waste of money.

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