no not if he suspects. He has to have reasonable suspicion that is a threshold of suspicion that he must be able to articulate in a court of law and must reach that legal threshold. I don't think we should worry about expanding the scope right now. When they do a background check but they do is look for records in the NICS database. I think we should focus a little bit on completing this database making sure records are entered into it where's the police have to arrest and detain citizens. Expanding the scope with broken tools won't do anything.