China’s Strict Gun Laws Result in Booming Gun Black Market

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If people want to get a gun, legally or illegally, there is always a way to do it. It may be costly, but guns are readily available in many countries that have gun bans and strict gun laws.

Australia banned the private ownership of most guns over 20-years ago but they still have gun amnesty programs where they encourage people to turn in their guns without facing any criminal prosecution. Why are there still so many guns in a nation with a 20-year-old gun ban

China also has very strict gun control laws, but they have been fighting an increase in the black-market sales of guns, indicating the people feel the need for self-defense.

(Global Times) – Gun enthusiasts are continuing to use the Internet for the illegal trading of firearms despite recent police crackdowns that have resulted in hundreds of thousands of people being detained or imprisoned.

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