By Tom Odom, Esq.
In connection with our on-going effort to oppose ATF’s proposed rulemaking 41P (addressed in more than twenty recent posting to this blog), the Firearms Industry Consulting Group, a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C., is seeking Special Occupation Tax payers (SOTs) that will share details of their experience in dealing with firearms regulated under the National Firearms Act.
If you are a licensed dealer or manufacturer of NFA firearms and are one of the many SOTs that can answer “yes” to one or more of the following questions, we would like to hear from you:
• Are you located in a jurisdiction where State law requires that you conduct some form of background check in addition to the ATF Form 4 before physically transferring the NFA firearm to a customer?
• Do you regularly perform a NICS check upon completion of a Form 4473 even for NFA firearms?
• Have you been advised by your IOI (or other ATF representative) that you should perform a NICS check upon completion of a Form 4473 even for NFA firearms?
Our website at www.FirearmsIndustryConsultingGroup.com provides information on how to reach our attorneys by phone, fax, and e-mail.