Gun Dealer Sees Changes in Weapons Law NPR's Michele Norris talks with Don Davis, owner of Don's Guns in Indianapolis, Ind., about the upcoming expiration of the 10-year-old federal ban on assault weapons. Davis talks about how his business was affected by the ban, and how he adapted to sell legal weapons.
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Gun Dealer Sees Changes in Weapons Law

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Gun Dealer Sees Changes in Weapons Law

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Gun Dealer Sees Changes in Weapons Law

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NPR's Michele Norris talks with Don Davis, owner of Don's Guns in Indianapolis, Ind., about the upcoming expiration of the 10-year-old federal ban on assault weapons. Davis talks about how his business was affected by the ban, and how he adapted to sell legal weapons.