A letter published in Lancaster Online questions the National Rifle Association’s logic in fighting lost-or stolen legislation when such measures protect lawful gun owners and alert authorities to crimes committed with missing firearms.

“If a lost or stolen firearm is recovered at the scene of a crime and can be traced back to the registered owner, but there is no report stating it was lost or stolen, the police would have no choice but to investigate the person whose name is registered to that weapon,” writes Lebanon’s Andrew Hambleton.

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