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Transferring a Sear? Multi Caliber is No Longer Accepted by ATF

It appears that ATF has once again changed the standards for applications to transfer NFA firearms. This time it is in relation to sears.

A letter surfaced, that was dated June 15, 2016, from the NFA branch to an applicant which stated that the firearm description “varies with our records”. 220 more words

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Gun Store Break-Ins Part Of Nationwide Trend

By Karen Morfitt

Brazen break-ins at gun stores across the country are being reported, and in the last two nights, two gun stores in Littleton were burglarized — with up to 60 guns stolen. 278 more words


Bellwood Felon Among Buyers Of Guns Sold Illegally By Indiana Man

Friday, May 27, 2016 || By Michael Romain || UPDATED: 12:36 a.m.

An investigation conducted by the Chicago High Intensity Drug Trafficking Task Force, in cooperation with the Bellwood Police Department and other area law enforcement agencies, has found that an  Indiana man, Willie Lee Biles, Jr., may have sold guns purchased from licensed dealers in that state to gang members in Chicago and a Bellwood man convicted of a felon. 428 more words


NFATCA Prompts ATF to Enter into Rulemaking...AGAIN - Now Regarding Silencer Engravings...

Not having learned from the debacle that is ATF 41P/F, the National Firearms Act Trade and Collector Association (“NFATCA”) has once again petitioned the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (“ATF”) to enter into rulemaking, this time in relation to silencer engravings. 1,217 more words

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Train Carrying Fireworks Arrives In Detroit With Half Of Shipment Missing

DETROIT (KDKA) — Authorities are investigating after a train carrying fireworks arrived in Detroit with half of its shipment — more than 500 pounds of explosives — missing. 134 more words


Pittsburgh Police Chief, Sen. Casey Join Call For Investigation Into Smartphone-Shaped Gun

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pittsburgh Police chief and a Pennsylvania lawmaker are joining a call to have the development of an unusual new firearm investigated. 436 more words


Firearms law seminar - The Washington Post

Annual firearms law seminar will provide a full day of fun, for people who think that continuing legal education is fun.

Source: Firearms law seminar – The Washington Post

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