Some Apparent Good News for Gun Owners

Some Apparent Good News for Gun Owners

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    Some Apparent Good News for Gun Owners

    Some of this looks pretty good on paper.

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    Hmm not a bad list I suppose. I did like the sporting purposes prohibition on imported shotguns. Would be nice to see that extended to all imported arms but this would be a good start.

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    Is there any hope that this could be used to import all those M1s from (where was it?) Korea?

    Importation of Curios and Relics. A prohibition on the use of funds to arbitrarily deny importation of qualifying curio and relic firearms. This provision ensures that collectible firearms that meet all legal requirements for importation into the United States are not prevented from import by executive branch
    That would be marvelous!
    Rats!
    It could be worse!
    I suppose

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    Shotgun Importation Protections. Prohibits the Department of Justice from requiring imported shotguns to meet a “sporting purposes” test that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) has used to prohibit the importation of shotguns with one or more features disliked by the Agency, such as adjustable stocks, extended magazine tubes, etc.
    Too bad this one was not in effect in 1984 and 1986 when Reagan banned the importation of two semi-auto shotguns. Reagan was the first president to ban a long gun from importation under "sporting purposes" clause of the GCA 1968. This set a precedent that was cited by Bush I and Clinton when they banned long guns from import. That action by Reagan also legitimized the refusal of Obama to allow M1 rifles to be re-imported from Korea.


    http://rpc.senate.gov/releases/1998/importban-kf.htm

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