Federal Regulations for Firearms Dealers Lawyers

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Does Federal Law Regulate Who Can Sell Firearms?

Yes. Under the federal Brady Law, only persons who meet certain requirements are allowed to be licensed as firearms dealers. Firearms dealers include persons who are:

What Are the Requirements for Obtaining a Dealer's License?

In order to be licensed as a firearms dealer, a person must apply to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF). BATF will approve an application for any person who:

What Are the Conditions of Being a Federally Licensed Dealer?

Federally licensed firearms dealers must follow numerous conditions in operating their business. Some of these conditions include the following:

Dealers are also required to refuse to sell firearms to the following persons:

Do I Need an Attorney?

Violations of federal firearms laws are serious and can include criminal penalties. Talk to a criminal law attorney about your firearms dealer problem to make sure you comply with all applicable laws or get representation if you are charged with a federal violation.

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Last Modified: 03-07-2011 04:24 PM PST

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