The ATF is unable to upgrade its tracing system, so paper records of gun sales continue to pile up.
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Although the ATF attempts to track down the origin of stolen firearms, federal law often stands in the way. There is no regulation requiring gun shops to digitize the paperwork associated with gun sales, so the paperwork piles up. The current system does not allow users to enter a serial number and locate the owner of a firearm. People have been talking for years about the need to upgrade the antiquated tracing system.
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