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    The "Universal Background Check" Legislation being considered

    The media is starting to carry stories of exactly what the President and Republican Senate in the United States are considering, and it appears to be a revived version of the Toomey / Manchin "Universal background check" amendment which was rejected in 2013.

    I am posting this here because, as currently written, the language effectively eliminates any use of the FFL 03 Curio and Relic license for transfers. All transfers will require a NICS background check, and C&R License holders do not have access to that system.

    Here's the actual text of the Toomey / Manchin proposal (starts at page 16, top center column):

    https://www.congress.gov/113/crec/20...-PgS2598-3.pdf

    Our licensed collecting community is likely to be impacted in the United States.
    Cheers! Marc


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    If that becomes fact my Bank will be pleased.
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