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A published law of a policy subdivision of a state that the Director considers relevant for the purposes of this Part and that is included in a list established by the Director, which shall be incorporated by reference in the Federal Register, reviewed annually and made available to licensees in accordance with this Part. (d) pursuant to an order of deportation, deportation or removal, or pursuant to an order to voluntarily leave the United States, whether or not the person has left the United States. Intimate partner. In respect of a person, the person`s spouse, former spouse, a person who is the parent of a child of the person and a person who lives or has lived with the person. Customs. Any U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer, Coast Guard officer, officer, or petty official, or any officer or other person legally authorized to perform the duties of a customs officer. 2. (2) uses rimfire ammunition or conventional medium-fire solid-fire ammunition that is no longer manufactured in the United States and is not readily available through normal distribution channels; or 7.
scope, i.e. the extent to which the purpose of the process needs to be changed to complete it; and (c.c) an arms dealer who is neither a gunsmith nor a pawnbroker. A person who devotes time, attention and work to the trafficking of firearms in the course of an ordinary trade or commercial activity, for the primary purpose of subsistence and profit from the repeated purchase and resale of firearms, but this term does not include a person who sells, occasionally exchanges or purchases firearms to enrich a personal collection or for a hobby, or who sells all or part of his or her personal collection of firearms; Import. Bring a firearm or ammunition into the United States; however, the introduction of a firearm or ammunition from outside the United States into a foreign trade zone for storage pending further transfer or importation to another country shall not be considered an importation under this Part. Silent or silent for firearms. Any device for muting, dampening or reducing the gear ratio of a portable firearm, including any combination of parts intended for the assembly or manufacture of a silencer or silencer for firearms and any part intended solely for use in such assembly or manufacture. Ammunition. Ammunition or cartridge cases, primers, bullets or propellants intended for use in a firearm other than an antique firearm. The term does not include (a) shotgun shots or bullets that are not designed to be used as a single, complete projectile charge for a shotgun cartridge or sleeve, or (b) non-metallic shotgun cartridges or cases that are not loaded without a primer. Premises.
Land on which the manufacture or import of firearms or ammunition or trafficking in firearms is or is being carried out. A private dwelling, the part of which is not open to the public, is not recognized as housing in the sense of the term. (c) pardoned under section 212 (d) (5) of the INA whose approved probation period has expired or whose probation status has ended; or armour-piercing ammunition. projectiles or projectile cores that may be used in a handgun and that consist entirely (without traces of other substances) of one or a combination of tungsten, steel, iron, brass, bronze, beryllium, copper or depleted uranium alloys; or fully wrapped .22 calibre projectiles designed and intended for use in a handgun and weighing more than 25% of the total weight of the projectile. The term does not include shotguns required for hunting purposes under federal or state environmental or hunting regulations, fragile projectiles intended for target shooting, projectiles determined by the Director to be primarily intended for sporting purposes, or other projectiles or projectile cores determined by the Director to be intended for industrial use. including cargoes used in oil and gas well platforms. Merchant. Anyone who sells firearms wholesale or retail; any person who repairs firearms or manufactures or installs barrels, sticks or special release mechanisms for firearms; or anyone who is a pawnshop. The term includes any person who engages in such a business or part-time employment.
9.(9) shotguns with a rotating cylinder, such as (or similar) street sweeper and striking 12; 2. (2) Before an officer appointed by the Attorney General, if the United States is in a state of war pursuant to 8 U.S.C. 1481(a)(6). Semi-automatic pistol. Any repeating gun that uses some of the energy of a fire cartridge to extract the case and chamber of the cartridge fired on the next turn, and requires separate pressure on the trigger to fire each cartridge. 3. (3) Influencing the conduct of a government through assassination or kidnapping. A, a foreigner, is traveling to the United States for a three-week vacation in State X. A has no State of residence in State X because A does not intend to settle in State X during a holiday.
This applies regardless of the length of stay. 1.(1) Norinco, Mitchell and Poly Technologies Avtomat Kalashnikovs (all models), 8. Feasibility, i.e. whether the process would damage or destroy the object of the process or cause malfunctions. Discharge under dishonorable conditions. Separation of the U.S. armed forces following a dishonorable discharge or discharge by a general court martial. The term does not include separation of the armed forces resulting from another dismissal, such as dismissal for poor leadership.
(a) any firearm with a missing butt that is intended to be held and drawn with one hand; and 3. (3) In the case of a prosecution for which a person was entitled to a jury trial in the jurisdiction where the case was heard, a firearm. Any weapon, including a starter pistol, intended or readily converted to expel a projectile by the action of an explosive; the frame or receiver of such a weapon; silencers or silencers for firearms; or a destructive device; However, the term does not include an antique firearm. In the case of an authorized collector, the term refers only to curiosities and relics. The term includes a set of weapon parts that are intended or can be easily supplemented, assembled, restored or otherwise modified to expel a projectile by the action of an explosive. The term does not include a weapon, including a set of weapon parts, in which the frame or receiver of that weapon is destroyed as defined as “frame or receiver”. (a) firearms manufactured at least 50 years before the current date but without replicas; Stranger. Anyone who is not a citizen or national of the United States. 2. (2) A threaded barrel capable of containing a barrel extension, lightning suppressor, front handle or silencer, c.
(c) Any other firearm that derives a significant portion of its monetary value from being new, rare, bizarre or because of its association with a historical character, period or event. Proof of the eligibility of a particular firearm in this category may be provided by proof of monetary value and evidence that similar firearms are only available as collector`s items or that the value of similar firearms available through ordinary channels of commerce is significantly lower.