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Gun Show Undercover

by the City of New York

In 2009, the City of New York conducted a multi-state investigation of gun shows to expose the threat posed by the “gun show loophole,” a term often used to describe the fact that federal law allows private sellers to sell firearms without background checks or record keeping.

Washington Law Enforcement Deaths and Illegal Guns

An Everytown for Gun Safety 2014 analysis of FBI data shows that nearly two-thirds of Washington State police officers shot to death over the last 30 years were killed by people who were barred from possessing firearms.

Also featured in:  Gun Violence Trends  

Research on Gun Violence in Nevada

Everytown's independent research on gun violence in the state illuminates the gaps in the system that make it too easy for dangerous people to get guns, and highlights the solutions that will help keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people.

Fatal Gaps

by Mayors Against Illegal Guns

At the time Mayors Against Illegal Guns published its 2011 Fatal Gaps report, millions of mental health records were missing from the background checks system, allowing prohibited purchasers to pass background checks and buy guns. In the years since, some states have taken strides to fill this gap, but hundreds of thousands of records are still missing.

Montana NICS Denials, 1998 — 2017

Between 1998 and 2017, at least 20,800 firearm transfers to prohibited persons were denied in Montana through the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). (Everytown obtained state-level NICS denial data via FOIA requests. FBI, National Instant Criminal Background Check System data, 1998-2017)