|1976-25 - Recordkeeping Requirements Salvaged Firearms (68.88 KB)||
Recordkeeping requirements for Title I firearms from which parts are salvaged for use in repairing firearms are clarified.
|1976-22 - Qualifying Tax Free Transfers (84.68 KB)||
Mere possession of a license and a special tax stamp as a dealer in firearms does not qualify a person to receive firearms transfer-tax-free. Rev. Rul. 58-432 superseded.
|1976-15 - Acquisition and Disposition of Pawned Firearms (51.13 KB)||
Certain reporting and recordkeeping requirements of pawnbrokers are explained.
|1976-6 - Tasers as Firearms (25.14 KB)||
A hand-held device designed to expel by means of an explosive two electrical contacts (barbs) connected by two wires attached to a high voltage source in the device classified as a firearm.
|1975-27 - Renewed Federal Firearms License Conduct of Business (66.63 KB)||
A firearms licensee may continue operations until his renewal application for a license is finally acted upon.
|1975-7 - Small Caliber Penguns (50.38 KB)||
A small caliber weapon ostensibly designed to expel only tear gas, similar substances, or pyrotechnic signals, which may readily be converted to expel a projectile by means of an explosive, classified as a firearm.
|1974-20 - Disposition of Replacement Firearms (107.08 KB)||
Form 4473 shall not be required to record disposition of a like replacement firearm when such firearm is delivered by a licensee to the person from whom the malfunctioning or damaged firearm was received, provided such disposition is recorded in the licensee’s permanent records.
|1974-13 - Importation of Firearms by Members of the U.S. Armed Forces (25.42 KB)||
A member of the U.S. Armed Forces who is a resident of any State or territory which requires that a permit or other authorization be issued prior to possessing or owning a handgun shall submit evidence of compliance with State law when applying to import a handgun.
|1974-8 - NFA Firearms for Official Use Only (67.45 KB)||
When NFA firearms are registered on Form 10 by governmental entities, subsequent transfers of such firearms shall be made only to other governmental entities.
|1973-19 - Bonafide Firearms Consultants and Business Premises (72.96 KB)||
Because of the nature of operations conducted by a consultant or expert, he shall not be required to have business premises open to the general public or to have regular business hours.
|1973-13 - Gunsmithing Premises and Regular Business Hours (27.32 KB)||
Because of the nature of operations conducted by a gunsmith, he shall not be required to have business premises open to the general public or to have regular business hours.
|1973-9 - Federal Firearms Licensees at Multiple Locations and Common Expiration Dates (27.14 KB)||
Licensed firearms or ammunition dealers operating at multiple locations may establish a common expiration date for all licenses.
|1969-59 - Gunshow Sales at Non-Licensed Premises (42.13 KB)||
Firearms or ammunition may not be sold at gun shows by a licensed dealer, but orders may be taken under specified conditions