In California, 71,478 guns have been reported lost or stolen since 2010.
In an unprecedented review of hundreds of thousands of police records, there is a clearer picture of where the guns go.
In many cases, the firearms have not yet been recovered
The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives, tracks stolen guns used in crimes, but it cannot share the information with the public. We teamed up to search for guns stolen in metro Atlanta and America.
Stolen guns turning up at crime scenes nationwide