In this Dec. 9, 2013 file photo, firearms evidence is on display during a news conference in Portland, Ore. Oregon lawmakers passed a bill last year that makes it easier for police to take guns away from people convicted of domestic violence. Among other things, the state law makes it possible for local police to confiscate the guns.
In this Dec. 9, 2013 file photo, firearms evidence is on display during a news conference in Portland, Ore. Oregon lawmakers passed a bill last year that makes it easier for police to take guns away from people convicted of domestic violence. Among other things, the state law makes it possible for local police to confiscate the guns. Jamie Francis AP/The Oregonian
In this Dec. 9, 2013 file photo, firearms evidence is on display during a news conference in Portland, Ore. Oregon lawmakers passed a bill last year that makes it easier for police to take guns away from people convicted of domestic violence. Among other things, the state law makes it possible for local police to confiscate the guns. Jamie Francis AP/The Oregonian

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