Smith & Wesson's Deal With the Devil

Coulter, Ann
April 2000
Human Events;04/21/2000, Vol. 56 Issue 15, p5
Comments on the deal entered by Smith & Wesson with the administration of United States President Bill Clinton that will make guns more expensive. Description of the ballistic marking system; Exceptions for guns sold to a law enforcement agency or the military; Answer to the law exam question which focused on the antitrust violations against Smith & Wesson.


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