I think it goes well beyond that. Who gets to determine what constitutes a "mental health threat" ... a committee? Congress, with fixed/clear standards? Is any psychological type discussion/meeting with a doctor going to be deemed such a threat and entail a NICS entry?Originally Posted by From the article
Sure, Uncle isn't well-known for ability to keep records straight or secure on many things. But, by far, I think the vital threat to all of this are the simple questions of (a) what constitutes a "mental health" threat and (b) who gets to make such a determination to the point it impacts NICS entries and tripping the "threat" standards in the statutes? Until they clarify those things, this can only be deemed a threat to privacy and RKBA.