Maryland guts gun-control ‘ballistic fingerprints’ program after zero hits in 15 years

| November 10, 2015

Maryland guts gun-control ‘ballistic fingerprints’ program after zero hits in 15 years

Maryland has quietly ended a requirement that firearms manufacturers fire their handguns before being sold and submit the “ballistic fingerprints” to state authorities after the program failed to provide investigators with unique data in 15 years.

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