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S. 174 – ‘Ammunition Background Check Act of 2013’

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The Regular Guy Review

S. 174 – A bill to appropriately restrict sales of ammunition.

The stated intent of this bill is to subject ammunition sales to the same regulation as firearms sales.

This bill would:

1) REQUIRE VERIFICATION OF A BACKGROUND CHECK FOR THE PURCHASE OF AMMUNITION;

From a licensed dealer:

  • Background check through the NICS system, or
  • Presentation of a permit issued by the state to purchase ammunition.

Private transfer:

  • Private transfers of ammunition would be required to go through a dealer who would verify a background check as above.

2) REQUIRE REPORTING (BY THE ASSISTING DEALER) OF PRIVATE TRANSFERS OF MORE THAN 1000 ROUNDS DURING ANY CONSECUTIVE 5 DAYS.

3) REQUIRE DEALERS TO REPORT “MULTIPLE SALES” OR “LARGE QUANTITIES” OF AMMUNITION TO AN UNLICENSED PERSON, DURING ANY 5 CONSECUTIVE DAYS, TO STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT.

The definition of “large quantity” is left to the discretion of the Attorney General and may be modified at any time.

4) REQUIRE THAT ALL AMMUNITION SALES, INCLUDING NAME, AGE, AND ADDRESS OF PURCHASER BE ENTERED IN THE DEALER’S TRANSACTION RECORD BOOK.

5) PROHIBIT INTERSTATE SALES OF AMMUNITION.

6) REQUIRE THAT THE THEFT OR LOSS OF A “SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF AMMUNITION” BE REPORTED TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.

7) EXPAND THE DEFINITION OF ARMOR-PIERCING BULLETS TO INCLUDE,

bullets or projectiles which are coated with Teflon or any chemical compound with properties similar to Teflon.

8) BAN ARMOR-PIERCING OR INCENDIARY AMMUNITION.

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4 Responses to S. 174 – ‘Ammunition Background Check Act of 2013’

  1. diggerdan says:

    If they don`t pass this gun ban thing they are trying to do then they will just make it so expensive that people will not be able to afford or find the ammo – just like the gas prices.

  2. Jolly Roger says:

    Everyday a new gun (or ammo) control bill is proposed, and everyday I read of another cop murdering someone in cold blood.

    They can write all the new laws they like, because they’re nothing but silly novelties unless people agree to comply with them. WE THE PEOPLE ultimately write all the real laws, by agreeing to which ones we’ll obey. It’s the fools and traitors who are tasked with enforcing these laws that have to worry about them.

    All of the important laws are simply and clearly stated in the first ten articles of our constitution, and the brown-nosed pigs who neglected to read that document are the ones who have to worry. And as long as they’re running around and killing people with impunity, they have a lot to worry about BEFORE they violate the people’s inalienable rights.

  3. fading banana republik says:

    Looking online most places are backordered to June or July. If you had some extra ammo right now you could make some money.

  4. Carl Collicott says:

    Obama’s gun control law
    “Are you talking to me ?”
    United States Department of Justice website
    30-Jan-12 State of Residence Requirements for Firearms Transfers
    Date Posted – 02/13/12

    Section 922(b)(3) of title 18, which forbids federal firearms licensees from selling or delivering “any firearm to any person who the licensee knows or has reasonable cause to believe does not reside in . . . the State in which the licensee’s place of business is located,” cannot be interpreted to define “reside in . . . the State” differently for citizens and aliens.
    Nonimmigrant Aliens and Firearms Disabilities Under the Gun Control Act
    Date Posted – 12/08/11
    The prohibition in 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(5)(B) applies only to nonimmigrant aliens who must have visas to be admitted to the United States, not to all aliens with nonimmigrant status. The text of the statute forecloses the interpretation advanced by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in an interim final rule applying section 922(g)(5)(B) to all nonimmigrant aliens.
    CHECKING NAMES OF PROHIBITED PERSONS AGAINST RECORDS IN THE NICS AUDIT LOG CONCERNING ALLOWED TRANSFERS

    Nonimmigrant aliens
    The Federal Bureau of Investigation may check whether names of individuals known to be prohibited from purchasing a firearm under 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(5) appear in records concerning allowed transfers in the audit log of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System in the course of auditing the performance of the NICS, and may share the results of such searches with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.

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