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”.
2016 set the record for the firearm sales. 27,538,673 background checks were done in NICS, over 4 million more than the previous record in 2015.
There does not appear to be an easy fix to this over-reach by Question One’s proponents. Under Nevada State law, laws passed by ballot initiative cannot be altered for three years.
The FBI said they would not conduct checks required by the Act, because no one has stepped forward to say who is going to pay for them…
The NICS Section would like to remind you of a change in the hours for the NICS Contracted Call Centers (NCCC) on December 24, 2016.
Due to the Christmas holiday, NCCC will be closed beginning at 8 p.m. ET on December 24, 2016, and will be back in operation at 8 a.m. on December 26.
On Friday, Nov 18, 2016, at 11:57am ET, the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) began experiencing an unforeseen degradation of service
October is another record month for the NICS. There have been 22,206,233 checks done so far this year. 2016 numbers are 26% ahead of the previous record.
The August 2016 NICS numbers show another record breaking month for gun sales. The record breaking pace is lower than July’s.
Guns are also used by seniors (as they are by all of us) to save lives.
It’s hard to believe that New National Instant Criminal Check System is just one week away! The FBI has been working towards this milestone for several years.
The client has been trying since 2010 to get his denial reversed. He appealed a denial in 2010 which apparently was only just handled now after we filed suit.
The trend in checks makes clear that Americans are acquiring firearms at a record pace. There have been 26.5 million checks during the last 12 months, more than in any 12-month period…
Does it really seem far-fetched that the FBI, under Hillary Clinton might deny firearm purchases to people like supporters of Donald Trump?
Gun Sales are breaking all time records. NICS background checks done by the FBI for June were over 2.1 Million. 2016 will set records!
Guns sales continue to break records. The NICS background checks confirm that 2016 will have the most firearm sales in the United States ever.
It’s important that every gun owner realize that they – that you – have a personal stake in this