The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives found that 44 percent of the guns used in Maryland crimes were brought in from over the state line.
Experts attribute the percentage to Maryland's tough gun control laws, but the laws don't stop the illegal gun trade, which presents huge law enforcement challenges.
So Maryland should abandon such useless efforts to control guns, and instead focus on imprisoning criminals, right? Nope:
Daniel Webster of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research said police should focus on reducing demand for illegal guns with tight enforcement of gun laws.
Lets just keep up with the same ineffective shit that doesn't work.