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NICS Denial Threads

Discussion in 'Legal' started by 52grain, Feb 13, 2011.

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  1. 52grain

    52grain Member

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    Is it just me or do we seem to be getting a lot of threads about NICS denials lately?

    On an unrelated note. The last time that I bought a gun, the dealer did not make the normal phone call. Instead he claimed to have run the information through a website. Does NICS now allow dealers to submit checks on-line?
     
  2. czrami9

    czrami9 Member

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    Several shops I have visited have also used the website.
     
  3. dogtown tom

    dogtown tom Member

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    Yes.
    NICS E-Check has been an alternative to the phone call for several years.
     
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    Aim Surplus used a website instead of calling it in when I purchased my stripped lower from them.
     
  5. Standing Wolf

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    I've used it. The FFL just checks the monitor every few minutes instead of waiting on hold.
     
  6. dogtown tom

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    Not if you are in Colorado......they have their own state agency for all firearm background checks and do not use the FBI NICS for anything.
    The FBI NICS E-check is not used by states who have their own "point of contact".


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