Posted June 9, 2017 6:55 am by Comments

By David Codrea

By David Codrea

If the process looks neat and orderly, it’s because this ATF Industry Operations Inspector is on site at an FFL facility. (BATFE/Facebook)
David Codrea in his natural habitat.

USA – -( “NFA database seriously flawed,” attorney and author David T. Hardy charged Wednesday on his Of Arms and the Law blog. “Mind you, felony prosecutions are undertaken relying on the NFRTR to establish that a gun is not registered, and with evidence consisting of an affidavit from the custodian of records for the NFRTR certifying that no record of registration could be found.”

He is talking about the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record, “the central registry of all NFA [National Firearms Act] firearms in the U.S. which are not in the possession or under the control of the U.S. Government.” And by “fil[ing] a Freedom of information Act suit pending in D.C. District Court, where I’m represented by progun attorney Stephen Stamboulieh,” Hardy has obtained “some of the work papers of a Justice Department Office of Inspector General audit of the NFRTR … which is consulted to see if a firearm is registered.” (Link to data …Read the Rest

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