Indeed, the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV) literally says that by mandating "universal" background checks we can "guarantee that criminals, domestic abusers, the dangerously mentally ill and others are denied unchecked access to guns."
Apparently someone forgot to tell a thief who drove a stolen truck through the front of a firearms retailer that the law which mandates background checks in that gun store meant that he was "guaranteed" not to get access to the guns inside.
From WHIO (CBS Dayton):
The crime began in Springfield just before 3 a.m. at the Muffler Warehouse, 1111 N. Belmont Ave., where a man broke into the business and stole keys to a red Ford pickup truck parked outside for repairs.
The culprit then drove the truck across the county to the Fox Shooting Loft, 8300 Dayton Springfield Road, outside of Enon. The driver smashed the truck through the front glass doors of the business and into a glass display case.
Surveillance video at the gun shop shows the thief, who appears to be a white man acting alone,
The man pulled a duffle bag from the truck and loaded 17 handguns from the store into the bag. The guns included 9 mm, .40, .45 and .380 caliber handguns, [Clark County Sheriff Gene] Kelly said...