I haven't picked it up in a number of years, but it seems that way, and it's a shame since they do still have some of the best photography ever. I noticed they tried to focus on some very sensational guns. I'd like to watch the piece. Al Roker is going to have a little film called Armed in America. I watched him on the today show and he was talking about how the brave BATF are protecting us from criminals who sell guns, which even by the BATF directors own admission become illegal arbitrarily under laws which may require paperwork filing by a certain day, etc. I doubt the BATF is confiscating many weapons from Crips and Bloods, most likely they are people who had licenses or certifications they allowed to lapse since those people are easy to find and are law abiding enough to not open fire.
Last edited by collegeb; 12-09-2008 at 20:09.