The National Instant background Check System, or NICS, set a record for November background checks in 2019. It appears 2019 will set a new annual record for NICS checks.
The National Instant background Check System shows record levels for October, 2019. The record firearm sales levels set in 2016 have been increased by about six percent.
The number of National Instant background Check System (NICS) checks remain high. August and September are at record levels. Gun sales remain high, with a record number in August.
BIDS provides an opportunity to expose the background check frauds for the liars they are, and to prove they are really after registration.
The July 2019 National Instant background Checks are the highest on record. Increasing numbers of permit and permit rechecks skew the numbers.
The June 2019 numbers for the National Instant background Check System are the highest on record. Increasing numbers of permit and permit rechecks show June 2019 as third highest for firearm sales.
The May, 2019 National Instant background Check System (NICS) has set a new record for the month. The 2019 May NICS is about 17% higher than the last record.
The National Instant Background Check System, (NICS), showed record numbers for April of 2019. 2,334,249 checks were done in April, the highest ever for the month.
The results of two federally conducted audits performed by the FBI, revealed that the NH Department of Safety’s “Gun Line” was repeatedly found guilty of misuse of the NICS.
The National Instant background Check System (NICS) background checks for March of 2019, rebounded sharply from the low numbers in February of 2019.
In the third February of the Trump era of the National Instant background Checks System (NICS), background checks and firearms sales fall significantly.
The third year of Trump era NICS checks has started with January numbers that are similar to the last two Januarys. Gun sales are down from 2016, but remain historically high.
The Aurora shooting was a clear failure of the National Instant Check System (NICS). A failure that should not have happened – and yet, what do we get from the usual suspects?
The National Instant Background Check System (NICS) checks done in December of 2018 made 2018 the second highest year for NICS checks on record.
Rather than admit the “universal background check” bill of goods the gun-grabbers are pushing is another fraudulent incremental disarmament ploy…The Times demands still more infringements.
Due to the Christmas holiday, the NCCC will be closed beginning at 7 p.m. ET on December 24, 2018, and will be back in operation at 8 a.m. ET on December 26, 2018.
The National Instant background Checks (NICS) checks for November of 2018 were 2,393,043. That makes 2018 the second highest November on record.
In reviewing the Ten-Year Unadjusted FBI NICS data for the week of Thanksgiving, we see some interesting trends developing.
Trump era NICS background checks remain high, but half of NICS checks are now permit and permit rechecks.
Total National Instant background Checks for September of 2018 are similar to previous two years. Permit-related checks are up, firearms checks are down.
The FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) Section is happy to announce our annual NICS Retailer Day.
So basically, the FBI is denying you based on its database, and then wholesale refuses to allow you to appeal it.
If they’re going to mandate we get approval from their system, it’s on them to make sure adequate resources are allocated to rectify errors.
This was clearly a damaged, a violent, and of relevance, a guilty young man, and as we’ve seen in similar cases, the government knew about him.
Background checks recorded by the FBI numbered 2,223,213 in April. The next highest April recorded was in 2016, with 2,145,565.