Frank Loane, owner of Pasadena Pawn and Gun, stands in front of a wall of assault rifles at his store in Pasadena, Md., on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. Loane, who said he has seen significant boost in

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Frank Loane, owner of Pasadena Pawn and Gun, stands in front of a wall of assault rifles at his store in Pasadena, Md., on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. Loane, who said he has seen significant boost in business this year as Maryland lawmakers debated and passed a sweeping gun-control bill, won’t be able to sell many of the guns shown behind him in Maryland after Tuesday, when the gun-control law takes effect banning 45 types of assault weapons. Loane also says handgun sales have been up, because customers don’t want to meet a new fingerprinting requirement to buy a handgun on Oct. 1, as well as additional paperwork and a gun safety course. (AP Photo/Brian Witte) less 

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Associated Press
Sat, Sep 28, 2013 6:22 PM EDT