The 4-month process of buying a gun in Japan

It was fall in Tokyo, and Saki Arai needed a gun. Saki manages the Bistro Hibino and wanted to hunt wild game for her farm-to-table restaurant. If Saki lived in, say, Tulsa, instead of Tokyo, getting a gun would have been almost as simple as buying a gallon of milk.

 

Click here for the full article

SHARE THIS POST!

Reactions


Be the first to comment

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.