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The case challenges a recently enacted DOJ policy that denies people who have both a DOJ-issued "Certificate of Eligibility" to purchase firearms and a federal firearms license the ability to purchase more than one handgun in a thirty-day period.
The new membership is available to any qualifying retailer member with a Federal Firearms License (FFL) who has been an NSSF member in good standing for at least a year.
Owner is prepared to convey his valuable Federal Firearms License to qualified buyer.
Hard times for federal firearms license holders in Massachusetts.
The group also will help investigate the more than 160 dealers in Los Angeles with federal firearms licenses to be sure they have local licenses.
Most of the guns turned out to be legal World War I and World War II surplus rifles - not surprising, since a couple of the men arrested were collectors and one had a federal firearms license.
Noble was quoted as saying "We shouldn't issue another federal firearms license until we're sure that the person who is going to get that license is someone we can trust and someone who is going to be engaged in the business.
Eliminating the abuse of the Federal Firearms License is another area to explore.