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S.3212, titled the Federal Firearm Licensing Act, turns your natural right to acquire firearms, protected under the Second Amendment, into a government-regulated privilege.

Among other infringements, it gives the Attorney General of the United States wide discretion over whether you may obtain and retain a license to buy a gun.

Requirements to Obtain a License to Purchase

  • Take training in firearm safety.
  • Pass a written test about firearm law.
  • Pass a firearm safety test.
  • Pass an accuracy test.
  • Submit your fingerprints.
  • Pass a background check.
  • Submit make, model and serial number of firearm
    (no exemptions for self-manufactured guns or guns made before 1968).

How and When You May Use the License

  • You must use it within 30 days of the issue date.
  • You may purchase the single firearm only for which the license was issued.
  • The license expires after five years.

Denial and Revocation

If, in the opinion of the Attorney General,
you pose a danger to yourself or others, s/he may deny or revoke your license.
S/he may use any instance of lawful self-defense or any recent acquisition of firearms or ammunition in making that determination.

Take Action Now!

Contact the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary now and tell them to vote “NO” on S.3212!

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