The FBI has run more than 222 million background checks for firearms purchases against the Terrorist Screening Database without the legal authority to do so.
The March number of National Instant background Criminal Checks hit an all time record. The 2018 numbers in the chart are from the second year of the Trump Presidency.
Last month saw a record 2,767,699 background checks initiated with the system, which is up 334,607 over the number of checks for March 2017, & up 244,434 NICS initiations in March 2016.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) introduced bipartisan legislation along with Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) to restore veterans’ Second Amendment rights..
The first year of the Trump era National Instant Check System (NICS) has ended with the second highest number of NICS background checks on record.
Rumors have begun that a class-action suit against the FBI, BATFE, NICS-system operators and DOJ itself…
Due to the Christmas holiday, the NICS Contracted Call Centers will be closed beginning at 8:00 p.m.ET on Sunday, December 24, 2017…
When President Trump took office 10 months ago, the bottom was supposed to drop out of the firearms market. It did not happen.
Clearly, the aim of the Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee is, then, more ambitious and grandiose than merely repairing a faulty NICS system.
Fix NICS was on greased rails in Washington D.C., headed for certain passage. Now that bill appears dead, and I can’t say I’m sorry to see it die.
4,000 guns taken from people who are not allowed to have them, people like the Texas shooter, is a good thing, right? Or is NICS now a national gun registry?
We expect such overblown, gun-grab agenda-advancing hysteria from USA Today.
The brutal assault on a Baptist church in a small town in Texas is reverberating through the U.S. military, and the results are not going to be pretty…
Trump era NICS checks could become the second highest year for NICS checks. 2016 is the current record holder, with 27,538,673 NICS checks for the year.
NICS checks for September 2017 have been 1,967,104, almost identical to the record number in 2016, of 1,992,219.
Many of the changes were implemented as a result of suggestions provided by FFLs using the NICS E-Check.
If the economy continues to pick up, 2017 will be the second highest year on record for NICS background checks.
Have you ever been curious about what happens with a National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) background check?
Why should an erroneously denied individual be on the hook for thousands of dollars to fix the government’s mistake?
The total number of NICS checks, nationwide, is up about 9% from February 2017 which was itself a nearly 10% increase over January 2017.
NICS background check continue steady during the Trump Presidency. The number of checks in March, 2017, were at near record levels.
NICS checks for February, 2017, are the third highest February on record. It is a strong start for the number of checks done during the Trump Presidency.
The Social Security Administration announced they will be reporting thousands of Social Security benefit recipients to the FBI’s National Instant Check System as “prohibited persons.”
This article is the second of two articles regarding the Social Security Administration’s new regulations designed to disqualify many beneficiaries from possessing or purchasing firearms.
“The fingerprints you submitted are not identical with those in a record used in the evaluation of your attempt to possess or receive a firearm”.