Why gun sales rise after mass shootings
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The attack by an 18-year-old gunman, who killed 21 people in Uvalde, Texas, has once again raised questions regarding U.S. gun laws.
But attacks like this one also tend to raise gun sales, as CGTN's Dan Williams reports.
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