Introducing the Complete Reference and Procedural Guide to Federal Firearm Laws.
USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Firearm laws should be simple to find, easy to understand, and provide ample guidance as to what is required.
Instead, they are found in multiple codes, regulations, and rules; are disorganized and complicated to understand; and fail to provide the necessary guidance to know how to comply. A review of the conflicting advice and opinions found in firearm forums will leave anyone completely lost and hopelessly confused.
Recognizing these problems, attorney Gary B. Wells has published the first volume in his “Firearm Laws for Businesses & Their Customers” series to address federal firearm laws in an easily-affordable book. This book discusses in detail when an item becomes a firearm, which has become relevant in light of the popular, partially-completed receivers. It provides details regarding prohibited persons; locations where firearms are prohibited; the transportation and transfers of firearms by those with federal firearm licenses and those without.
The book also explains the laws and requirements for obtaining and maintaining federal firearm licenses, whether as a dealer, a gunsmith, a collector, an importer, or a manufacturer. The marking, record keeping, and reporting requirements are explained in detail, as well as the requirements and processes for importing and exporting firearms. Extensive information is provided regarding the National Firearms Act and the recent changes affecting NFA trusts. While the emphasis of the book is to prevent violations of the law, criminal and civil penalties are explained, including firearm seizures and forfeitures.
The book is not a quick summary of the law that leaves you with more questions than answers. There isn’t a more comprehensive, yet understandable, federal firearms book on the market. The book is 8.5 x 11 inches and the main text is 599 pages. Yet it is functional as both a reference and procedural guide with a 29-page table of contents that helps to easily navigate the federal firearm laws based on the specific information or task being researched.
The introduction, chapter index, and detailed table of contents can be reviewed at www.firearmslaw.attorney, where the book can also be purchased for $95.00, including shipping.
About Gary B. Wells:
Gary is licensed as an attorney in California and Texas. He has also been admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and the Northern and the Eastern Districts of California. He is a member of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the National Rifle Association, the California Rifle and Pistol Club, the Texas State Rifle Association, the Second Amendment Foundation, and the U.S. Concealed Carry Association.
Gary began his professional career in 1985 after obtaining a B.B.A. with High Honors from Idaho State University with a major in accounting. He immediately passed the national exam and worked as a C.P.A. for several years. During that time, he gained a solid understanding of the financial and management issues facing businesses as well as their tax and regulatory burdens. He earned his law degree from J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University in April of 1991 and began practicing law in Fresno, California. During his more than two decades of practicing law, he has represented businesses and individuals in a wide range of legal areas, including criminal and civil litigation, estate and business planning, and pursuing appeals in state and federal courts.