Is the FBI denying more gun sales? Is the “no buy list” database expanding? How does the FBI determine whether you have a “domestic violence” conviction when you are trying to buy a gun? What if you weren’t charged with “domestic violence,” but the person who accused you of assault was a family member? Armed Attorneys Richard Hayes and Emily Taylor break down how the FBI has changed its tactics on looking into family and domestic violence.
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