Attorney Joshua Prince and I attended the Annual NSSF Import/Export Conference in Washington, D.C. this week. There were a variety of presentations that were given on a variety of topics including: Federal Search Warrants and Regulatory Site Visits, Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards, Foreign Military Sales, ATF Panel Discussion, and Round Table Discussions (the best part … Continue reading News from the 16th Annual NSSF Import/Export Conference in Washington, D.C.
Leave it to the Government to require individuals to register National Firearms Act firearms and screw up the registry leaving a number of individuals with firearms that were possibly registered with no proof or obtaining criminal convictions against those who had firearms that were possibly registered in accordance with the law. Of Arms and the … Continue reading OIG Documents Reveal Issues with the ATF’s National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record
This morning TheFirearmBlog.com posted a story which stated that ATF had revised its ruling in relation to fingerprints for NFA firearms. The article claims that ATF now requires law enforcement agencies to take fingerprints rather than anyone qualified to. To support this position the article links to ATF's Explosives website. As always, the information is provided by … Continue reading BREAKING: BATFE Has Not Changed Anything Relating to Fingerprints for NFA Firearms
It's that time of year again, the NSSF Import/Export Conference which is held in Washington, D.C. While the conference is designed to help educate companies about the import/export regulations and laws they might encounter while in the business, the conference does provide for round table discussions with ATF, DDTC and other Firearm Industry officials. Some of … Continue reading News from the Round Table Discussions at the NSSF Import/Export Conference
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". The letter went on to … Continue reading Transferring a Sear? Multi Caliber is No Longer Accepted by ATF
Having had the opportunity to sit around a table with different members of ATF, a few different things were learned. And don't worry, the cartoon doesn't reflect the attitude of those I spoke to. NFA Branch In regards to the NFA Branch and processing times, it appears that they are aiming for a processing time … Continue reading A Round Table Discussion with ATF