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Despite their popularity with police and civilian populations, the rounds are banned in international warfare by the Hague Convention.
Arrowhead Pawn Shop was once named a top exporter of crime guns.
The Business of Guns
The Obama administration keeps blocking the import of nearly a million vintage American-made rifles. But lawmakers aren't ready to lay down arms.
A domestic manufacturer steps in after geopolitics halt the import of the Russian rifle.
How the tiny village of Cherrydale, Va., became the target of tremendous ire from gun-rights activists.
Organizers of the two-day weapons fair promise gun buyers "no paperwork, no infringement."
Smart guns have been in development for decades, but the technology still has to overcome extreme skepticism from gun buyers—and law enforcement may be the key.