Under the loophole, private sellers are not required to obtain background checks on gun buyers.
By Chris HaxelFebruary 11, 2019 9:30 amCrime & Justice, Government & Politics
About 40,000 people attend Wanenmacher's Tulsa Arms Show, which is held twice-annually in Tulsa, Okla.
As Fred Nelson shuffled through a crowded convention center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, a man tapped him on the shoulder to ask about a gun.
The man knew Nelson was selling thanks to the handwritten menu taped on Nelson’s backpack advertising more than a dozen handguns, rifles and shotguns.
He offered $300 for a Glock 19 pistol listed at $350.
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