295,000 guns may have been sold without background checks during pandemic, report says

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Nearly 300,000 gun sales may have been allowed to proceed without complete background checks during the first few months of the coronavirus pandemic, a report found.The report from advocacy group Everytown for Gun Safety is based on Federal Bureau of Investigation data obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. It shows that as more Americans bought guns during the pandemic, more background checks were delayed and more guns could have been sold without them.Between March and July, 294,683 gun sales could have gone through without background checks, it says.Background ch…

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