> Jess Lane: Before now it's been difficult for criminals like us to know which
States have loose gun laws.
How would a criminal like me know which states permit me to carry
loaded guns in their amusement parks, golf courses or beaches?
> Dan Lippert: I have some violent friends. We all wear leather jackets
and scream at women, and we want to find out which states we can
buy and sell guns easily.
that's the site to find out where's it's easiest for felons and
fugitives to buy, carry, and even traffic guns.
> That's why I love Arizona, where I can go see the beautiful Grand
Canyon, and carry a loaded gun without even having to get a
> You would fail that background check.
> I'm sure of it. Now what about a road trip?
What states can I go to fill my trunk with guns, and take it back home for
my even more dangerous friends?
> Crimadvisor has a list for that.
> That's so unreasonable.
> Our traffickers top 10.
> Nevada. What happens in Vegas may have to stay in Vegas, but your
guns don't. Bring'em over to California and sell them.
> The market up there is hungry -
hungry for guns.
> I understand that crimadvisor.com will tell me which states really
cater to us criminals and creeps, but what about the states where
we're not so welcome? The ones that don't get us.
> I don't even like saying the name of these states, but California,
Connecticut, Maryland, and New York all have laws to keep guns
out of the hands of people like us.
> I want to shoot California so bad.
> Booo, Calfifornia.
> Boooo, go home.
Wow, crimadvisor.com has all this information?
> Sure does.
> (Together): Crimadvisor.com
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