• book

From the Publisher

This popular ATF publication, State Laws and Published Ordinances - Firearms, has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text ebook format reproduction - and is actually easier to read than the original document.

Because of its massive size, it was necessary to split this document into two ebook volumes.

The introduction from the ATF Acting Director states:

This publication is designed to help you comply with Federal and State firearms laws. Specifically, it will assist you in complying with the Gun Control Act of 1968 (GCA). The GCA prohibits licensees from selling or delivering a firearm to a nonlicensee whose receipt or possession of the firearm would violate State or local laws applicable at the place of sale or delivery. In addition, this book will assist you in making lawful over-the-counter sales of rifles and shotguns to out-of-State residents—transactions that must meet the legal requirements of both your State of residence and the purchaser's State of residence.

Contents include: Currency of Laws * ATF Offices & Information * ATF Field Divisions * Forms/Publications/Licensing * ATF IO Field Offices * Attorneys General * Brady Law Information * Permanent Brady Permit Chart * Relevancy Criteria * Unlawful Acts * Federal Age Restrictions * Chapters: * Alabama * Alaska * American Samoa * Arizona * Arkansas * California * Colorado * Connecticut * Delaware * District of Columbia * Florida * Georgia * Guam * Hawaii * Idaho * Illinois * Indiana * Iowa * Kansas * Kentucky * Louisiana * Maine * Maryland * Massachusetts * Michigan * Minnesota * Mississippi * Missouri * Montana * Nebraska * Nevada * New Hampshire * New Jersey * New Mexico * New York * North Carolina * North Dakota * Northern Mariana Islands * Ohio * Oklahoma * Oregon * Pennsylvania * Puerto Rico * Rhode Island * South Carolina * South Dakota * Tennessee * Texas * Utah * Vermont * Virginia * Virgin Islands * Washington * West Virginia * Wisconsin * Wyoming

Published: Progressive Management on
ISBN: 9781476346939
List price: $9.99
Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
Availability for ATF State Laws and Published Ordinances: Firearms, 2009-2...
With a 30 day free trial you can read online for free
  1. This book can be read on up to 6 mobile devices.

Related Articles

Mother Jones
2 min read

Guns N’ Poses

B.S. A brief history of the ATF—and the efforts to hamstring it 1934: Responding to Tommy-gun-toting bootleggers, Congress passes the National Firearms Act, the first federal gun law. It requires the registration of machine guns and short-barreled shotguns. 1968: Following a wave of violent crime and high-profile assassinations, LBJ signs the Gun Control Act, which forbids ex-felons and the mentally ill from owning guns. It operates on the honor system: Buyers simply fill out a form stating that they’re not prohibited from owning a gun. 1981: The NRA releases It Can’t Happen Here, a movie
Mother Jones
6 min read
Society

Uoutgunned And Outmanned

TWO AGENTS WITH suits and trim haircuts lean against a cubicle wall in the cavernous red-brick building that houses the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ National Tracing Center in Martinsburg, West Virginia. They’re laughing about one of the gun lobby’s favorite myths: the notion that the government has a database with the names of every gun owner in America, and that one day, maybe very soon, it will sweep across the country to confiscate everyone’s weapons. “We always crack up when they’re like, ‘You’re coming to take our guns,’” says Corey Ray with an eye roll. “Look, w
The Atlantic
7 min read
Politics

A New Tool in a Century-Old Fight for Voting Rights

Rodney Cruz was born an American citizen. He did a tour in Iraq during 10 years in the Army, and was wounded on the battlefield three times, eventually suffering a traumatic brain injury. His enlistment followed in the footsteps of many of his relatives, an unbroken line of military service. Five successive generations of his family have put their lives on the line for the country, but like four million other Americans in the U.S. territories, Cruz, as a resident of Guam, is constitutionally barred from voting in federal elections. But with some help from a brand-new legal platform, Cruz inten