The answer is no

Sebastian wonders about the executive order “Publish a letter from ATF to federally licensed gun dealers providing guidance on how to run background checks for private sellers.”:

Does this mean that we can just get the check without the 4473?

I was informed by the ATF of the letter (here is my private copy) at 12:03 this afternoon.

The answer is no.


4 thoughts on “The answer is no

  1. OK, so let me get this straight. We can do a private transfer and be done, or I can voluntarily take my time to go through an FFL, get both our names and the firearm serial number in a government database, bring up the possibility of NICS holds and confusion, risk going to federal prison if you make a grievous mistake on the 4473 or the firearm serial number has a history unknown to me, and be subject to state waiting periods all for the cost of the FFL’s transfer fee and sales tax? Wow, sign me up!

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  3. Shhhhhh. Maybe people will think this bold action made us somehow safer, with the added benefit of poking that poopy-head Wayne LaPierre in the eye with a sharp stick.

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