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Firearm Commerce Modernization Act

Discussion in 'Legal' started by carnaby, Mar 17, 2006.

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  1. carnaby

    carnaby Member

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    From Say Uncle, I found the following
    Looks pretty great to me :D:D:D:D
     
  2. LAR-15

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    Need to hit the phones Monday

    Thanks
     
  3. beerslurpy

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    And Ron Paul wasnt even a sponsor. I will have to let my rep know of this wonderful bill.

    (edit to add) summary:
    -FFLs can sell handguns face to face regardless of residency, just like with long arms
    -FFLs can travel out of state and sell to residents of the other state without getting arrested by the ATF
    -C&R transfer rules now apply to all Title 1 firearms to the extent that they can now be transferred to any location in any state as long as state and local laws are obeyed
     
  4. Lone_Gunman

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    I am not sure what that means. Can you explain, and give an example?
     
  5. beerslurpy

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    edited because I misinterpreted what this does. The original website is wrong in the "transfers through mail" bit.
     
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  6. beerslurpy

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    No, wait, it doesnt get rid of 922 (a)(2). No mail sales then.
     
  7. Zundfolge

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    So I'm kinda confused.

    Would that mean if this passes that I could use my C&R to have brand spanking new firearms shipped to my door?


    Hot diggity I'm glad I decided to renew my C&R!

    (although its not got a snowball's chance)
     
  8. beerslurpy

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    No, I'm not sure it means that anymore.

    The requirement that C&R licensees only engage in the collection of curios and relics is in 923(b), which isnt addressed by this act. The definition of curio/relic is up to the ATF. So probably only 01 FFLs can send each other Title 1 firearms through the mail.
     
  9. k_semler

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  10. Henry Bowman

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    Ah. There's the catch.
     
  11. El Tejon

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    It should preempt state and local law.

    Federal preemption now!
     
  12. Third_Rail

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    Wow. That would be SWEET. It basically means that I could get a much better deal on certain things by going out of state, and not just what they're willing to sell usually; i.e. bolt actions and no SAs.
     
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