A lot of people who have lived in the U.S. for years think that they know how to buy guns.
But that’s not the case.
The reality is that the vast majority of guns bought and sold in the United States are not old, and some of them are not even antique.
They are guns made for sale on the black market.
And a lot of these guns are illegal in the country.
The ATF, the U,S.
Attorney’s Office and the FBI have been cracking down on gun sales for a while, but they have made a lot more arrests since then.
The number of gun trafficking cases has also grown dramatically, from 10,000 to more than 35,000.
So what’s the problem?
Gun dealers are taking advantage of the chaos, buying guns for illegal or non-existent buyers and selling them at a profit to unsuspecting buyers.
The result is that some gun dealers are selling thousands of guns to individuals who are not registered to own them.
It is a growing problem, and the U of T is no exception.
In January, I traveled to the University of Toronto to talk with law enforcement and the gun industry about the growing gun trafficking problem.
While we discussed what we could do to prevent gun trafficking, we also heard the stories of the people who sell these guns.
And I learned that the most vulnerable and least informed consumers have been caught off guard.
One of the most heartbreaking stories I heard from someone I met was the story of a man who was arrested for selling a fake antique gun to a teenager.
The dealer had no idea the gun was fake.
The teen, who did not want to be identified for fear of losing his anonymity, went to a store and picked it up.
The salesman told him it was an antique gun.
But the dealer said, ‘No, it’s real.’
“I was really struck by how he said, `It’s not real,’ and then he said that he had just sold it to a man named Darrin St. John.
And that man had no clue.
The seller had no knowledge that it was fake, but he was the one who had sold it. “
The man who sold the gun to the teenager was the only person who knew that the gun wasn’t real.
The seller had no knowledge that it was fake, but he was the one who had sold it.
He should have been arrested.
I hope that he gets a long sentence.
It was the kind of thing that I would do, and I know how hard it is for other people to do.
He got a long time in prison and was not able to get a job.”
The Canadian government is stepping up enforcement of gun laws and has increased the penalties for gun trafficking.
But it’s not enough.
The gun industry has been caught in a web of deception, and many guns are still being bought and passed off as antique guns to unsuspecting purchasers.
The U. of T, along with a number of other universities, is taking steps to combat gun trafficking in Canada, including instituting mandatory training for law enforcement officers.
But the gun-buying and gun-selling business in Canada is not going away.
Some of the illegal activities we are seeing today are likely to continue.
The Canadian government, which is in a position of power over the firearms industry, is in charge of enforcing the laws.
It needs to enforce them with the help of law enforcement.
But there are some things that the UTS and the other universities can do to help prevent gun-related crimes in Canada.
These are things we know the UOfT is doing, like increasing our presence at gun shows and gun shows locations, providing more firearms instructors and other training materials and having an online safety course on how to safely handle firearms.
The best thing the UofT can do is to continue to focus on the most important thing.
There is a real and growing problem in Canada with gun violence.
And we are not doing enough to fight it.