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Bullet Points - Weekly Firearms Industry Newsletter

This Week: Presidential Debate, Export Control Reform, Ronald McDonald House Support and more
NSSF Bullet Points
October 10, 2016 | Vol. 17 No. 39

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• Featured News •

Hillary and Donald Trump debate
LESS THAN ONE MONTH TO ELECTIONS . . . In keeping with her post-convention strategy, candidate Hillary Clinton Sunday night called for a scaled-back version of a gun control agenda during the second Presidential town hall-style debate. But a Friday Wikileaks release of an email from her campaign press secretary reveals she has much more in mind. Withone month until election day, now is time to do your research.
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NSSF CONTINUES EXPORT CONTROL EFFORT . . . Even though Congress is away for the elections, NSSF continues to work to advance legislation to transfer export licensing and enforcement oversight of sporting and commercial firearms to the Commerce Department from the State Department. The Export Control Reform Act of 2016, H.R. 6176  and S. 3405, was developed in consultation with NSSF.
NSSF staff members at the Connecticut Ronald McDonald build site
NSSF SUPPORTS RONALD MCDONALD HOUSES THROUGH KIDS & CLAYS . . . NSSF stepped up for Ronald McDonald House by being a major sponsor at two recent sporting clays fundraiser shoots organized by Kids & Clays, the organization that harnesses the support of the firearms community to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities.
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  • federal audit has found an ongoing weakness in the national background checks database is posed by states that operate independent systems to authorize firearms purchases.
  • Twelve Maine county sheriffs urge rejection of Question 3, a ballot measure to expand background checks on firearms to most private transfers.
  • Read NSSF's latest Government Relations Update for more.
  • As an FFL, critical elements need to be in place to protect your files, computers, inventory and, of course, your firearms. NSSF's retailer blog outlines key points for selecting a burglar alarm system (part I).
  • ATF Q&A: More great questions came in on our 24/7 NSSF member compliance hotline last week. One question covers how a licensee should proceed when law enforcement requests an original 4473.
  • Read more of NSSF's latest Retailer and Range news.
  • #GUNVOTE billboards are now up in select locations in North Carolina andOhio. Both are hotly contested states in this election year.
  • To make it easier to encourage your employees to register, to inform themselves about the issues and to vote on Nov. 8, NSSF has prepared a model letter for your company's CEO.
  • Help spread the word on social media and follow #GUNVOTE on Facebook andTwitter (@GUNVOTE).
  • The September 2016 NSSF-adjusted NICS figure of 1,156,961 is up 7.9 percent compared to September 2015. The third quarter 2016 NSSF-adjusted NICS figure showed a 15.4 percent increase over third quarter 2015. Log in to view the report.
  • To grow the ranks of youth target shooters, the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation has rolled out the “Vision 20/20" campaign to increase its membership to more than 20,000 youths annually by the year 2020.
  • The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced a final rule to expand opportunities for hunting and sport fishing on 13 national wildlife refuges. The final rule also modifies existing refuge-specific regulations for more than 70 additional refuges and wetland management districts.
  • Safari Club International reports positive results for wildlife conservation at the recent CITES 17th Conference of the Parties in Johannesburg, South Africa, including decisions on lions and hunting trophies.
  • The South Carolina Outdoor Press Association last month presented its Pat Robertson Lifetime Achievement Award to Jim Casada for his body of work related to the outdoors at the organization's annual conference in Edgefield.
  • The National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW) has announced its Leadership Awards nominees in six categories. The winners will be named during the NASGW Expo Oct. 25 in Kansas City, Missouri.
  • Bloomberg Businessweek, Guns.com, Stars and Stripes and many other news outlets across the country included NSSF in their coverage in recent days. Popular topics included #GUNVOTE, suicide prevention and more.
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