Register to use the FBI NICS E-Check · Access the FBI NICS E-Check Help Pages · Get the FBI NICS E-Check Enrollment Form · Ask the FBI NICS for Assistance. A Firearms Transaction Record, or Form , is a form promulgated by the Bureau of Alcohol, date of birth, government-issued photo ID, National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) background check transaction number. The NICS, developed by the FBI in coordination with the ATF and local and state licensee (FFL) and complete ATF Form (Firearm Transaction Record).

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Purpose of the Form – Paragraph 2 Added to Form: Clarifies that these blocks must be completed with the firearms information.

Also clarifies that the State of residence for members of the Armed Forces on active duty is the State in which his or her permanent duty station is located. The term does not include any other discharge or separation from the Armed Forces.

ATF Form 4473 – Firearms Transaction Record Revisions

Some states such as California and Rorm require individual sellers to sell through dealers. Clarifies that licensees may accept electronic PCS orders to establish residency.

The Form contains name, address, date of birth, government-issued photo ID, National Instant Criminal Background Check System NICS background check transaction number, and a short affidavit stating that the purchaser is fib to purchase firearms under federal law.


Individual dealers possessing a copy of the form are not subject to the Privacy Act’s dorm on disclosure. Incorporated State of Residence information from former Question A listing may be found online. Clarifies that frames and receivers cannot be transferred to anyone who is not a resident of the State where the transfer is to take place.

United States government forms United States federal firearms law. It contains make, model, or serial number on page three of the six page form. Former Instruction for Question Information from Paragraph 1 incorporated into Question Added a new paragraph between the 1 st and 2 nd paragraphs.

Instruction for Question 19 Formerly Question s 21, 22, Formerly instructions for Question 1. Please note that all six pages of the Form must be printed and retained as a part of your permanent records. Former Instructions for Questions Information incorporated into Paragraph 1.

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If you have additional questions regarding the revised Formplease contact your local ATF office. A check box to indicate that the transaction is to facilitate a private party transfer. Should you require additional forms, please contact the ATF Distribution Center by telephone fb or Instruction for Question 9: Retrieved from ” https: Clarifies that the repetitive purchase of firearms for the purpose of resale for livelihood and profit without a Federal firearms license is violation of Federal law.


Information incorporated into Questions Section B Question Question 32 Added to Forn Views Read Edit View history. Regrouped and revised the citizenship and immigration status questions to make them easier to follow. No gun for you if you fire up in a pot-legal state”. Instruction for Question 2: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The ATF eForm is designed to nicz eliminate errors in completing Form for both the firearm purchaser and the licensed seller.

Prosecutions are rare in the absence of another felony committed with the gun purchased. In addition, the sale of two or more handguns to a person in a five-day period must be reported to ATF on Form Related Research and Background Information. Additionally clarifies that individuals who have undergone a background check during the NFA application process are listed on the approved NFA transfer form.

The significant changes to Form include: Section A Question 1: Question 24 Formerly Question