a gun that does not have a serial number and cannot be easily traced, especially one assembled at home from parts purchased without a background check.
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How to use ghost gun in a sentence
Councilwoman Marni von Wilpert has proposed an ordinance that would ban the sale or possession in San Diego of so-called ghost guns, Fox 5 covered Wednesday.
Most recently, the ATF has issued a proposed rule to stop the proliferation of “ghost guns,” and in his budget request for next year, he has included a $232 million dollar increase in funding for the DOJ and HHS to tackle gun violence.Opinion | Pulse shows that out of tragedy, there can be triumph | Jason Lindsay | June 13, 2021 | Washington Blade
In 2019, the federal Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms told The Trace that 30 percent of all guns recovered by the agency were ghost guns.
Ward’s bill, AB 311, would ban the sale of the component parts used to assemble ghost guns at gun shows.
The man who allegedly opened fire on five random bystanders in the Gaslamp Quarter this month used an untraceable ghost gun, a made-at-home firearm the usage of which SDPD Chief David Nisleit said is up 169 percent in the last year.
Now they will think it is his skin-bonneted Meermut that stalks to and fro with the ghost-gun of a ghost.The Three Mulla-mulgars | Walter De La Mare