When a person buys a gun at Walmart, I've heard that the "paperwork" is done electronically. Does this raise any red flags with anyone here? My local shop dealer told me that those forms when done on paper stay with the dealer. If he were to go out of business, then the many boxes of these forms he has goes to a giant government warehouse that he describes as looking like the one at the end of the movie Raiders of the Lost Ark. The point being that if someone wanted to find out what guns you bought, they have a whole lot of digging to do. But if you buy a gun at Walmart, this is done electronically, right? Electronic databases are easily searchable, transferrable, and storable. IOW, a record of any gun you buy at WM can easily be transferred to the gov, then stored and easily retreived just by typing your name in to a search function for gun owners. I know it's against the law right now for them to be doing this, but does that mean much? Does anyone here avoid buying guns at WM for reasons of the electronic paperwork? (Being perp-walked out of the store by the manager afterward is another issue).