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Fingerprints: no Changes
« on: September 27, 2016, 10:23:55 AM »
It is not fingerprint Armageddon as reported by a popular firearms blog.

I have had numerous phone calls from my www.TexasGunTrust.com clients about this issue.

There's been much confusion over the new rules. A post by a noted firearms blog today further added to that confusion

Batf has not changed its rules on fingerprints for suppressors and other NFA items. If you look at the link that the popular firearms blog linked to, it goes to the explosive section of the batfe's website.

Fingerprints may still be done at the gun shops in electronic fingerprint vendors. They may also be done by law enforcement.

Since ATF has not reinterpreted the rules the silencer shop kiosk are good to go as are the electronic fingerprint vendors are the shops rolling the customers fingerprints themselves.

If there indeed has been a change, I will let you know. But this is the second or third version I've seen this year.

To sum it up, Carry on, nothing to see here.

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