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|National-May2008-Open Letter-Interpretation of Fireworks Recordkeeping (128 KB)||
This is an interpretation letter for the fireworks industry pertaining to the tracking of individual fireworks shells by utilizing the “date/shift code” in the required records of disposition.
|1973-13 - Gunsmithing Premises and Regular Business Hours (28 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.
|ATF Procedure 2017-1 - Facilitating Non-FFL Transfers of Firearms (74 KB)||
The purpose of this Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) procedure is to set forth the recordkeeping and National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) procedures for a Federal firearms licensee (FFL) who facilitates the transfer of firearms between private unlicensed individuals. This procedure does not apply to pawn transactions, consignment sales, or repairs. Supersedes 2013-1 Procedure.
|2004-5 - Minigun Ruling (941 KB)||
The 7.62mm Aircraft Machine Gun, identified in the U.S. military inventory as the "M-134" (Army), "GAU-2B/A" (Air Force), and "GAU-17/A" (Navy), is a machinegun as defined by 26 U.S.C. 5845(b). Rev. Rul. 55-528 modified.
|2017-1-Revoking Certain Guidance Documents (283 KB)||
ATF is revoking several guidance documents; specifically three rulings, one procedure, and two industry circulars. ATF Procdure 75-4: Procedure incorporated into the Application for Explosives License or Permt, ATF Form 5400.13/16.; Industry Circular 75-10: Industry Circular incorporated into the Application for Explosives License or Permit, ATF Form 5400.13/16.; ATF Ruling 85-3: Ruling made obsolete by amendments to 18 U.S.C. 922(b)(3).; Industry Circular 85-3: Industry circular made obsolete by amendments to 18 U.S.C. 922(b)(3).; ATF Ruling 2001-1: Ruling made unnecessary and obsolete as the registration period ended May 1, 2001.: ATF Ruling 2004-1: Ruling made obsolete by amendments to 27 CFR 478.11 (definition of "State of residence").
|Importation of Arms, Ammunition and Implements of War and Machine Guns, Destructive Devices, and Certain Other Firearms, Extending the Term of Import Permits (2010R-26P) Feb. 7, 2014 (69 KB)||
This rule amends the regulations of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) to extend the standard term of import permits for firearms, ammunition, and defense articles from 1 year to 2 years.
|arizon0312218.pdf (340 KB)|
|florida031218.xlsx.pdf (327 KB)|
|georgia031218.pdf (327 KB)|
|kansas031218.pdf (326 KB)|
|kentucky031218.pdf (323 KB)|
|michigan031218.pdf (325 KB)|
|newyork031218.pdf (324 KB)|
|puertorico031218.pdf (317 KB)|
|texas031218.pdf (331 KB)|
|virginia031218.pdf (330 KB)|
|Inside ATF - March (Waco Issue) (7897 KB)||Inside ATF|
|0518-ffl-list-alabama.txt (214 KB)||Firearms|
|0518-ffl-list-alabama.xlsx (0 KB)||Firearms|
|0518-ffl-list.txt (11314 KB)||Firearms|
|0518-ffl-list.xlsx (9640 KB)||Firearms|
|0518-ffl-list-alaska.xlsx (99 KB)||Firearms|
|0518-ffl-list-alaska.txt (100 KB)||Firearms|
|0518-ffl-list-arizona.txt (329 KB)||Firearms|
|0518-ffl-list-arizona.xlsx (285 KB)||Firearms|