Reddit Gun Market Highlights Federal Law Loophole
A subreddit on the forum hosts an active gun market, but it's just one of many sites that add anonymity to private sales.By Zach Toombs | January 8, 2014
The free flow of firearms has entered another corner of the World Wide Web. That's Reddit.
The forum of 100 million monthly unique users is mostly dedicated to reading and voting on news content and just cool stuff in general.
But an article from the left-leaning Mother Jones casts a spotlight on a subreddit for buying and selling guns. At least 100 of those are assault rifles emblazoned with the Reddit logo, which the website told an Arizona manufacturer it could use.