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These questions pertain to individuals who wish to collect firearms. This includes curio and relic firearms.
Are licensed collectors required to turn in their A&D records to ATF if they discontinue their collecting activity?
Are licensed collectors required to comply with the requirements that written notification be given to handgun transferees and signs be posted on juveniles and handguns?
Are transfers of curio or relic firearms by licensed collectors subject to the NICS background check requirements?
Are licensed collectors required to fill out an ATF Form 4473 for transactions in curio or relic firearms?
Does a collector's license authorize the collector to engage in the business of dealing in curios or relics?
Does a collector’s license afford any privileges to the licensee with respect to acquiring or disposing of firearms other than curios or relics in interstate or foreign commerce?
What firearms are considered to be curio and relic firearms?
Is there a specific license which permits a collector to acquire firearms in interstate commerce?
How do I send in a firearm or ammunition to FATD for classification?