Does anybody know what accounts for the huge numbers of siezed firearms published by the ATF lately? The listings appear in the Wall Street Journal every Thursday and one and a half pages used to be a large amount. Lately it's been 2 or 3 pages full and this week it's 4 and a half pages of guns listed. Some incidents seem to involve thousands of firearms, and they seem to be conventional firearms ( not full-auto ). I would think that it would take large truckloads being intercepted or sporting goods store chains being raided to come up with these large numbers. Is anything unusual going on? And its a shame to think that all those firearms are going to be destroyed.