Category Archives: NFA

ATF Personnel Changes

ATF Personnel Changes In May, ATF announced several key personnel changes, including some that pertain to NFA: Alphonso Hughes, former NFA Division Chief, is now Assistant Director for ATF’s Office of Enforcement Programs and Services (EPS). EPS oversees the NFA … Continue reading

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NFA Processing and Coronavirus – What We Know

NFA Processing & Coronovirus   BLOG CONTACT SHOP JOIN THE FIGHT NFA Processing & Coronavirus As you are well aware, the coronavirus is disrupting nearly every facet of society. This morning, ASA spoke with our contacts at ATF to get … Continue reading

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New Mailing Address For NFA Forms

As of February 1, 2019, the mailing address for NFA forms and applications has changed from Atlanta, Georgia to Portland, Oregon. The new address for Form 1 & 4 submissions is: National Firearms Act Division (ATF Form 1 and Form … Continue reading

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Department of Justice Submits Notice of Proposed Regulation Banning Bump Stocks

  Department of Justice, Office of Public Affairs Saturday, March 10, 2018 Today the Department of Justice submitted to the Office of Management and Budget a notice of a proposed regulation to clarify that the definition of “machinegun” in the … Continue reading

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MasterPiece Arms Introduces the MPA Micro Urban Tactical (MUT) Rifle

Designed for use when an ultra-compact platform with a minimal stored footprint is required. MPA MUT Standard Rifle Comer, Ga. (February 2018) – MasterPiece Arms (MPA), manufacturers of the MPA BA Rifles and Chassis Systems, is pleased to introduce the … Continue reading

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Phoenix Weaponry’s Integrally Suppressed 338-06 Rifle

Phoenix Weaponry’s Integrally Suppressed 338-06 Rifle Introducing Phoenix Weaponry’s integrally suppressed hunting rifle. This is your opportunity to shoot the heavy loads and high velocities in the field without paying the price with your hearing.  None of us like spending … Continue reading

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ADAM KRAUT Esq. Takes You Through Filling Out the ATF FORM 1

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NFA Industry CEO’s work with ATF to Streamline the Form 4 Application Process

Dead Air Armament™, Gemtech, Silencer Shop, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) assist in the implementation of a streamlined process creating better efficiencies for both the agency and consumers alike. Washington, D.C. (August 2017) – Firearms industry … Continue reading

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Secure Outcomes LS/GunSmoke™ Fingerprinting System Integral Part of the New High Speed NFA Barcode-Based Transfer System Announced Today by ATF

Secure Outcomes’ LS/GunSmoke™ fingerprint system provides Class III firearms dealers with a fully integrated easy to use solution to collect fingerprint/photo information to meet compliance requirements for Class III NFA purchases.LS/GunSmoke supports the new ATF barcode system and form generator … Continue reading

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The Micro RONI® Stabilizer Brace Conversion Kit Now Legal to Shoulder and Fire.

Pompano Beach, Fla. (April 2017) – CAA, developers and manufacturers of advanced battle-tested firearms accessories, have received confirmation that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), Firearms Technology Industry Services Branch (FTISB) has determined that the “Stabilizing Brace” … Continue reading

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#FightTheNoise with Santa Claus

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The latest ATF statistics on firearms commerce in the United States indicate a very healthy growth across the board, including imports. In its 2015 report, ATF presents data through 2014 inclusive that I think you’ll fined useful for planning or … Continue reading

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ATF Requirements For Permanent Attachment of A Muzzle Device–A Public Service Post

  I’m seeing all kinds of opinions on what it takes to permanently attach a muzzle device to a barrel. There are all kinds of theories floating around the internet, but the ATF is unambiguous and anything other than what is … Continue reading

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