Redding police: More than 5,000 guns registered by town residents

Police Chief Doug Fuchs says the number of registered guns in his town is well over 5,000. He says he is strongly concerned about the

Police Chief Doug Fuchs says people have been rushing to buy firearms before the new state gun laws go into effect.

Police Chief Doug Fuchs says people have been rushing to buy firearms before the new state gun laws go into effect. (4/11/13)

REDDING - Gun ownership is on a rapid uptick in Redding.

Police Chief Doug Fuchs says the number of registered guns in his town is well over 5,000. He says he is strongly concerned about the public's access to high-capacity magazines, as well as making sure that residents properly secure their weapons.

Additionally, Fuchs says people have been rushing to buy firearms before the new state gun laws go into effect.


 

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