|Youth Crime Gun Interdiction Initiative Report 1997 (279 KB)||
The Youth Crime Gun Interdiction Initiative is a 17-city demonstration project aimed at reducing youth firearms violence. Officials from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), police chiefs, local prosecutors, and U.S. attorneys are developing information about illegal trafficking of firearms to young people and new methods of reducing the illegal supply of firearms to them. The initiative was developed by ATF and its National Tracing Center, funded by the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Enforcement and the National Institute of Justice, and announced by President Clinton on July 8, 1996.
|Firearms Commerce in the U.S. Annual Statistical Update - 2013 (643 KB)||Firearms||Report|
|Personal Firearms Record (ATF P 3312.8) (361 KB)||
By completing this record and maintaining it in a safe location, separate from your firearms, you will be taking an important first step in the effort to prevent thefts and to keep firearms out of the hands of criminals.
|Federal Firearms Regulations Reference Guide - 2014 Edition (ATF P 5300.4) (3512 KB)||
The 2014 edition of the Federal Firearms Regulations Reference Guide contains information that will help you comply with Federal laws and regulations governing the manufacture, importation and distribution of firearms and ammunition. This edition contains new and amended statutes enacted since publication of the 2005 edition, as well as updated regulations and rulings issued by ATF.
|ATF Guidebook - Importation & Verification of Firearms, Ammunition, and Implements of War (4571 KB)||
This publication was prepared by ATF's Firearms and Explosives Imports Branch (FEIB) to assist importers and other firearms industry members in identifying firearms, ammunition, and defense articles that may be imported into the United States and to further clarify and facilitate the import process.
|2015 Summary: Firearms Reported Lost and Stolen (853 KB)||
2015 Summary: Firearms Reported Lost and Stolen
|ATF National Firearms Act Handbook (ATF P 5320.8) (10347 KB)||
This handbook is primarily for the use of persons in the business of importing, manufacturing, and dealing in firearms defined by the National Firearms Act (NFA) or persons intending to go into an NFA firearms business. It should also be helpful to collectors of NFA firearms and other persons having questions about the application of the NFA.
|National Firearms Act Branch (ATF P 5320.6) (1648 KB)||
This brochure provides information about ATF's National Firearms Act (NFA) Branch.
|Firearms Curios or Relics List (1972-2007) (ATF P 5300.11) (521 KB)||
This publication is a cumulative digest of determinations made by ATF and is not inclusive of all weapons meeting curio and relic classification (i.e., firearms manufactured at least 50 years prior to the current day). This list was revised December 2007.
|ffl_guide.pdf (2397 KB)||
We’ve put together this guide to educate Federal Firearms licensees (FFls) on how to facilitate private party sales of firearms. When individuals decide to use FFls to facilitate the private sale of their firearms, it can enhance public safety, assist law enforcement, and help ensure firearms end up only in the hands of those who are legally allowed to possess them.
|1216-ffl-list-guam.xlsx (16 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-hawaii.xlsx (28 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-idaho.xlsx (151 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-illinois.xlsx (309 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-guam.txt (4 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-hawaii.txt (17 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-idaho.txt (160 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-illinois.txt (342 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-indiana.xlsx (227 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-iowa.xlsx (200 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-kansas.xlsx (175 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-kentucky.xlsx (217 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-louisiana.xlsx (191 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-indiana.txt (253 KB)||Firearms|
|1216-ffl-list-iowa.txt (212 KB)||Firearms|