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Pew proves that illegals really do lean left

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Conservatives have pointed out for what seems forever that illegal immigrants are just more Democratic party supporters. Now, Pew Research Center has come out and stated that they have run a poll that proves that point. Given the fact that there is still an argument going on the Hill about immigration reform, this information is something every conservative should be pointing out to any fence-pole sitting Republican lawmaker, or worse, any lawmaker talking about passing any form of amnesty (yes, we’re looking at you, John McCain).

Politico reports:

“…Latino immigrants who are likely unauthorized, 31 percent identify as Democrats while just 4 percent identify as Republicans. Of those who don’t identify with a party but lean one way or the other, 23 percent lean toward the Democratic Party while just 15 percent lean towards Republicans.

The study also found that the longer Hispanic immigrants of any legal status were in the U.S., the more likely they were to identify with one of the major parties, particularly Democrats. Of those in the U.S. for fewer than 10 years, 26 percent identified with Democrats and 9 percent with Republicans.”

Politics, as in war, is not the place to give aid to the enemy. While it’s generally counter-productive to suggest that there is never middle ground between the parties, in this case, there truly isn’t. Amnesty of any form will only serve to quicken the demise of conservative representation in Washington, period.

Marketplace Fairness Act [Full Text]

A Bill

To restore States’ sovereign rights to enforce State and local sales and use tax laws, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
This Act may be cited as the “Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013″.

SECTION 2. AUTHORIZATION TO REQUIRE COLLECTION OF SALES AND USE TAXES.

  1. STREAMLINED SALES AND USE TAX AGREEMENT.-Each Member State under the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement is authorized to require all sellers not qualifying for the small seller exception described in subsection (c) to collect and remit sales and use taxes with respect to remote sales sourced to that Member State pursuant to the provisions of the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement, but only if the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement includes the minimum simplification requirements in subsection (b)(2). A State may exercise authority under this Act beginning 90 days after the State publishes notice of the State’s intent to exercise the authority under this Act, but no earlier than the first day of the calendar quarter that is at least 90 days after the date of the enactment of this Act. 
  2. ALTERNATIVE.-A State that is not a Member State under the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement is authorized notwithstanding any other provision of law to require all sellers not qualifying for the small seller exception described in subsection (c) to collect and remit sales and use taxes with respect to remote sales sourced to that State, but only if the State adopts and implements the minimum simplification requirements in paragraph (2). Such authority shall commence beginning no earlier than the first day of the calendar quarter that is at least 6 months after the date that the State­
    1. enacts legislation to exercise the authority granted by this Act-
      1. specifying the tax or taxes to which such authority and the minimum simplification requirements in paragraph (2) shall apply;
      2. specifying the products and services otherwise subject to the tax or taxes identified by the State under subparagraph (A) to which the authority of this Act shall not apply; and
    2. implements each of the following minimum simplification requirements:
        1. Provide­
          1. a single entity within the State responsible for all State and local sales and use tax administration, return processing, and audits for remote sales sourced to the State;
          2. a single audit of a remote seller for all State and local taxing jurisdictions within that State; and
          3. a single sales and use tax return to be used by remote sellers to be filed with the single entity responsible for tax administration.

          A State may not require a remote seller to file sales and use tax returns any more frequently than returns are required for nonremote sellers. No local jurisdiction may require a remote seller to submit a sales and use tax return or to collect sales and use taxes other than as provided by this paragraph.

       

        1. Provide a uniform sales and use tax base among the State and the local taxing jurisdictions within the State pursuant to paragraph(1).

       

        1. Source all interstate sales in compliance with the sourcing definition set forth in section 4(7).

       

        1. Provide­
          1. information indicating the taxability of products and services along with any product and service exemptions from sales and use tax in the State and a rates and boundary database;
          2. software free of charge for remote sellers that calculates sales and use taxes due on each transaction at the time the transaction is completed, that files sales and use tax returns, and that is updated to reflect rate changes as described subparagraph (H); and
          3. certification procedures for persons to be approved as certified software providers.

          For purposes of clause (iii), the software provided by certified software providers shall be capable of calculating and filing sales and use taxes in all States qualified under this Act.

       

        1. Relieve remote sellers from liability to the State or locality for the incorrect collection, remittance, or noncollection of sales and use taxes, including any penalties or interest, if the liability is the result of an error or omission made by a certified software provider.

       

        1. Relieve certified software providers from liability to the State or locality for the incorrect collection, remittance, or noncollection of sales and use taxes, including any penalties or interest, if the liability is the result of misleading or inaccurate information provided by a remote seller.

       

        1. Relieve remote sellers and certified software providers from liability to the State or locality for incorrect collection, remittance, or noncollection of sales and use taxes, including any penalties or interest, if the liability is the result of incorrect information or software provided by the State.

       

      1. Provide remote sellers and certified software providers with 90 days notice of a rate change by the State or any locality in the State and update the information described in subparagraph (D)(i) accordingly and relieve any remote seller or certified software provider from liability for collecting sales and use taxes at the immediately preceding effective rate during the 90-day notice period if the required notice is not provided.
  3. SMALL SELLER EXCEPTION.-A State is authorized to require a remote seller to collect sales and use taxes under this Act only if the remote seller has gross annual receipts in total remote sales in the United States in the preceding calendar year exceeding $1,000,000. For purposes of determining whether the threshold in this sub­section is met-
    1. the sales of all persons related within the meaning of subsections (b) and (c) of section 267 or section 707(b)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 shall be aggregated; or
    2. persons with 1 or more ownership relationships shall also be aggregated if such relationships were designed with a principal purpose of avoiding the application of these rules.

SECTION 3. LIMITATIONS.

 

  1. IN GENERAL.-Nothing in this Act shall be construed as­
    1. subjecting a seller or any other person to franchise, income, occupation, or any other type of taxes, other than sales and use taxes;
    2. affecting the application of such taxes; or
    3. enlarging or reducing State authority to impose such taxes.
  2. NO EFFECT ON NEXUS.-This Act shall not be construed to create any nexus between a person and a State or locality.
  3. LICENSING AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS.­Nothing in this Act shall be construed as permitting or prohibiting a State from­
    1. licensing or regulating any person;
    2. requiring any person to qualify to transact intrastate business;
    3. subjecting any person to State or local taxes 24 not related to the sale of goods or services; or
    4. exercising authority over matters of interstate commerce.
  4. NO NEW TAXES.-Nothing in this Act shall be construed as encouraging a State to impose sales and use taxes on any goods or services not subject to taxation prior to the date of the enactment of this Act.
  5. NO EFFECT ON INTRASTATE SALES.-The provisions of this Act shall apply only to remote sales and shall not apply to intrastate sales or intrastate sourcing rules. States granted authority under section 2(a) shall comply with all intrastate provisions of the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement.
  6. NO EFFECT ON MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS 14 SOURCING ACT.- Nothing in this Act shall be construed as altering in any manner or preempting the Mobile Telecommunications Sourcing Act (4 U.S.C. 116-126).

SECTION 4. DEFINITIONS AND SPECIAL RULES.
In this Act:

  1. CERTIFIED SOFTWARE PROVIDER.-The term “certified software provider” means a person that­
    1. provides software to remote sellers to facilitate State and local sales and use tax compliance pursuant to section 2(b)(2)(D); and
    2. is certified by a State to so provide such software
  2. LOCALITY; Local.-The terms “locality” and “local” refer to any political subdivision of a State.
  3. MEMBER STATE.-The term “Member State”-
    1. means a Member State as that term is used under the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement as in effect on the date of the enactment of this Act; and
    2. does not include any associate member under tfe Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement.
  4. PERSON.-The term “person” means an individual, trust, estate, fiduciary, partnership, corporation, limited liability company, or other legal entity, and a State or local government.
  5. REMOTE SALE.-The term “remote sale” means a sale into a State in which the seller would not legally be required to pay, collect, or remit State or local sales and use taxes unless provided by this Act.
  6. REMOTE SELLER.-The term “remote seller” means a person that makes remote sales in the State.
  7. SOURCED.-For purposes of a State granted authority under section 2(b), the location to which a remote sale is sourced refers to the location where the item sold is received by the purchaser, based on the location indicated by instructions for delivery that the purchaser furnishes to the seller. When no delivery location is specified, the remote sale is sourced to the customer’s address that is either known to the seller or, if not known, obtained by the seller during the consummation of the transaction, including the address of the customer’s payment instrument if no other address is available. If an address is unknown and a billing address cannot be obtained, the remote sale is sourced to the address of the seller from which the remote sale was made. A State granted authority under section 2(a) shall comply with the sourcing provisions of the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement.
  8. STATE.-The term “State” means each of the several States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the United States Virgin Islands, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and any other territory or possession of the United States.
  9. STREAMLINED SALES AND USE TAX AGREE­MENT.-The term “Streamlined Sales and Use rrax Agreement” means the multi-State agreement with that title adopted on November 12, 2002, as in effect on the date of the enactment of this Act and as further amended from time to time.

SECTION 5. SEVERABILITY.
If any provision of this Act or the application of such provision to any person or circumstance is held to be unconstitutional, the remainder of this Act and the application of the provisions of such to any person or circumstance shall not be affected thereby.

SECTION 6. PREEMPTION.
Except as otherwise provided in this Act, this Act shall not be construed to preempt or limit any power exercised or to be exercised by a State or local jurisdiction under the law of such State or local jurisdiction or under any other Federal law.

Obama takes control of the internet with Cybersecurity Executive Order

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Executive Order on Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity

Today, President Obama signed an Executive Order to strengthen the cybersecurity of critical infrastructure by increasing information sharing and by jointly developing and implementing a framework of cybersecurity practices with our industry partners.

  • Defense Industrial Base Information Sharing Program Now Open to Other Sectors: The Order expands the voluntary Enhanced Cybersecurity Services program, enabling near real time sharing of cyber threat information to assist participating critical infrastructure companies in their cyber protection efforts.
  • NIST to Lead Development of Cybersecurity Framework: NIST will work collaboratively with critical infrastructure stakeholders to develop the framework relying on existing international standards, practices, and procedures that have proven to be effective.

Partnering with Industry to Protect Our Most Critical Assets from Cyber Attack

Today’s new Executive Order was developed in tandem with the Presidential Policy Directive on Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience also released today. The Executive Order strengthens the U.S. Government’s partnership with critical infrastructure owners and operators to address cyber threats through:
  • New information sharing programs to provide both classified and unclassified threat and attack information to U.S. companies. The Executive Order requires Federal agencies to produce unclassified reports of threats to U.S. companies and requires the reports to be shared in a timely manner. The Order also expands the Enhanced Cybersecurity Services program, enabling near real time sharing of cyber threat information to assist participating critical infrastructure companies in their cyber protection efforts.
  • The development of a Cybersecurity Framework. The Executive Order directs the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to lead the development of a framework of cybersecurity practices to reduce cyber risks to critical infrastructure. NIST will work collaboratively with industry to develop the framework, relying on existing international standards, practices, and procedures that have proven to be effective. To enable technical innovation, the Cybersecurity Framework will provide guidance that is technology neutral and that enables critical infrastructure sectors to benefit from a competitive market for products and services.
The Executive Order also:
  • Includes strong privacy and civil liberties protections based on the Fair Information Practice Principles. Agencies are required to incorporate privacy and civil liberties safeguards in their activities under this order. Those safeguards will be based upon the Fair Information Practice Principles (FIPPS) and other applicable privacy and civil liberties policies, principles, and frameworks. Agencies will conduct regular assessments of privacy and civil liberties impacts of their activities and such assessments will be made public.
  • Establishes a voluntary program to promote the adoption of the Cybersecurity Framework. The Department of Homeland Security will work with Sector-Specific Agencies like the Department of Energy and the Sector Coordinating Councils that represent industry to develop a program to assist companies with implementing the Cybersecurity Framework and to identify incentives for adoption.
  • Calls for a review of existing cybersecurity regulation. Regulatory agencies will use the Cybersecurity Framework to assess their cybersecurity regulations, determine if existing requirements are sufficient, and whether any existing regulations can be eliminated as no longer effective. If the existing regulations are ineffective or insufficient, agencies will propose new, cost-effective regulations based upon the Cybersecurity Framework and in consultation with their regulated companies. Independent regulatory agencies are encouraged to leverage the Cybersecurity Framework to consider prioritized actions to mitigate cyber risks for critical infrastructure consistent with their authorities.
Building on Progress 
In May of 2009, President Obama declared our digital infrastructure a strategic national asset and made protecting this infrastructure a national priority. As part of this effort, the Obama Administration has:
  • Created the National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center: The NCCIC is a 24-hour, DHS-led coordinated watch and warning center that improves our nation’s ability to address threats and incidents affecting critical infrastructure, the Internet, and cyberspace.
  • Issued the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace: The NSTIC and its programs are creating alternatives to passwords for online services that are more convenient, secure, and privacy enhancing.
  • Submitted to Congress Comprehensive Cybersecurity Legislation: The Administration continues to believe that legislation is needed to fully address this threat. Existing laws do not permit the government to do all that is necessary to better protect our country. The Executive Order ensures that federal agencies and departments take steps to secure our critical infrastructure from cyber attack, as a down-payment on expected further legislative action.

Source: White House

Dianne Feinstein’s Assault Gun Ban [full text]

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113TH CONGRESS
1ST SESSION
S. ll
To regulate assault weapons, to ensure that the right to keep and bear
arms is not unlimited, and for other purposes.
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
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Mrs. FEINSTEIN (for herself, Mr. SCHUMER, Mr. DURBIN, Mr. WHITEHOUSE,
Mr. BLUMENTHAL, Mr. LEVIN, Mr. ROCKEFELLER, Ms. MIKULSKI, Mrs.
BOXER, Mr. REED, Mr. LAUTENBERG, Mr. MENENDEZ, Mr. CARDIN,
Mrs. GILLIBRAND, Mr. SCHATZ, Mr. MURPHY, and Ms. WARREN) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on llllllllll
A BILL
To regulate assault weapons, to ensure that the right to
keep and bear arms is not unlimited, and for other purposes.
1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa-
2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
3 SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
4 This Act may be cited as the ‘‘Assault Weapons Ban
5 of 2013’’.
6 SEC. 2. DEFINITIONS.
7 (a) IN GENERAL.—Section 921(a) of title 18, United
8 States Code, is amended— 2
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1 (1) by inserting after paragraph (29) the fol-
2 lowing:
3 ‘‘(30) The term ‘semiautomatic pistol’ means any re-
4 peating pistol that—
5 ‘‘(A) utilizes a portion of the energy of a firing
6 cartridge to extract the fired cartridge case and
7 chamber the next round; and
8 ‘‘(B) requires a separate pull of the trigger to
9 fire each cartridge.
10 ‘‘(31) The term ‘semiautomatic shotgun’ means any
11 repeating shotgun that—
12 ‘‘(A) utilizes a portion of the energy of a firing
13 cartridge to extract the fired cartridge case and
14 chamber the next round; and
15 ‘‘(B) requires a separate pull of the trigger to
16 fire each cartridge.’’; and
17 (2) by adding at the end the following:
18 ‘‘(36) The term ‘semiautomatic assault weapon’
19 means any of the following, regardless of country of manu-
20 facture or caliber of ammunition accepted:
21 ‘‘(A) A semiautomatic rifle that has the capac-
22 ity to accept a detachable magazine and any 1 of the
23 following:
24 ‘‘(i) A pistol grip.
25 ‘‘(ii) A forward grip. 3
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1 ‘‘(iii) A folding, telescoping, or detachable
2 stock.
3 ‘‘(iv) A grenade launcher or rocket launch-
4 er.
5 ‘‘(v) A barrel shroud.
6 ‘‘(vi) A threaded barrel.
7 ‘‘(B) A semiautomatic rifle that has a fixed
8 magazine with the capacity to accept more than 10
9 rounds, except for an attached tubular device de-
10 signed to accept, and capable of operating only with,
11 .22 caliber rimfire ammunition.
12 ‘‘(C) Any part, combination of parts, compo-
13 nent, device, attachment, or accessory that is de-
14 signed or functions to accelerate the rate of fire of
15 a semiautomatic rifle but not convert the semiauto-
16 matic rifle into a machinegun.
17 ‘‘(D) A semiautomatic pistol that has the ca-
18 pacity to accept a detachable magazine and any 1 of
19 the following:
20 ‘‘(i) A threaded barrel.
21 ‘‘(ii) A second pistol grip.
22 ‘‘(iii) A barrel shroud.
23 ‘‘(iv) The capacity to accept a detachable
24 magazine at some location outside of the pistol
25 grip. 4
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1 ‘‘(v) A semiautomatic version of an auto-
2 matic firearm.
3 ‘‘(E) A semiautomatic pistol with a fixed maga-
4 zine that has the capacity to accept more than 10
5 rounds.
6 ‘‘(F) A semiautomatic shotgun that has any 1
7 of the following:
8 ‘‘(i) A folding, telescoping, or detachable
9 stock.
10 ‘‘(ii) A pistol grip.
11 ‘‘(iii) A fixed magazine with the capacity to
12 accept more than 5 rounds.
13 ‘‘(iv) The ability to accept a detachable
14 magazine.
15 ‘‘(v) A forward grip.
16 ‘‘(vi) A grenade launcher or rocket launch-
17 er.
18 ‘‘(G) Any shotgun with a revolving cylinder.
19 ‘‘(H) All of the following rifles, copies, dupli-
20 cates, variants, or altered facsimiles with the capa-
21 bility of any such weapon thereof:
22 ‘‘(i) All AK types, including the following:
23 ‘‘(I) AK, AK47, AK47S, AK–74,
24 AKM, AKS, ARM, MAK90, MISR,
25 NHM90, NHM91, Rock River Arms LAR– 5
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1 47, SA85, SA93, Vector Arms AK–47,
2 VEPR, WASR–10, and WUM.
3 ‘‘(II) IZHMASH Saiga AK.
4 ‘‘(III) MAADI AK47 and ARM.
5 ‘‘(IV) Norinco 56S, 56S2, 84S, and
6 86S.
7 ‘‘(V) Poly Technologies AK47 and
8 AKS.
9 ‘‘(ii) All AR types, including the following:
10 ‘‘(I) AR–10.
11 ‘‘(II) AR–15.
12 ‘‘(III) Armalite M15 22LR Carbine.
13 ‘‘(IV) Armalite M15–T.
14 ‘‘(V) Barrett REC7.
15 ‘‘(VI) Beretta AR–70.
16 ‘‘(VII) Bushmaster ACR.
17 ‘‘(VIII) Bushmaster Carbon 15.
18 ‘‘(IX) Bushmaster MOE series.
19 ‘‘(X) Bushmaster XM15.
20 ‘‘(XI) Colt Match Target Rifles.
21 ‘‘(XII) DoubleStar AR rifles.
22 ‘‘(XIII) DPMS Tactical Rifles.
23 ‘‘(XIV) Heckler & Koch MR556.
24 ‘‘(XV) Olympic Arms.
25 ‘‘(XVI) Remington R–15 rifles. 6
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1 ‘‘(XVII) Rock River Arms LAR–15.
2 ‘‘(XVIII) Sig Sauer SIG516 rifles.
3 ‘‘(XIX) Smith & Wesson M&P15 Ri-
4 fles.
5 ‘‘(XX) Stag Arms AR rifles.
6 ‘‘(XXI) Sturm, Ruger & Co. SR556
7 rifles.
8 ‘‘(iii) Barrett M107A1.
9 ‘‘(iv) Barrett M82A1.
10 ‘‘(v) Beretta CX4 Storm.
11 ‘‘(vi) Calico Liberty Series.
12 ‘‘(vii) CETME Sporter.
13 ‘‘(viii) Daewoo K–1, K–2, Max 1, Max 2,
14 AR 100, and AR 110C.
15 ‘‘(ix) Fabrique Nationale/FN Herstal
16 FAL, LAR, 22 FNC, 308 Match, L1A1
17 Sporter, PS90, SCAR, and FS2000.
18 ‘‘(x) Feather Industries AT–9.
19 ‘‘(xi) Galil Model AR and Model ARM.
20 ‘‘(xii) Hi-Point Carbine.
21 ‘‘(xiii) HK–91, HK–93, HK–94, HK–
22 PSG–1, and HK USC.
23 ‘‘(xiv) Kel-Tec Sub–2000, SU–16, and
24 RFB. 7
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1 ‘‘(xv) SIG AMT, SIG PE–57, Sig Sauer
2 SG 550, and Sig Sauer SG 551.
3 ‘‘(xvi) Springfield Armory SAR–48.
4 ‘‘(xvii) Steyr AUG.
5 ‘‘(xviii) Sturm, Ruger Mini-14 Tactical
6 Rife M–14/20CF.
7 ‘‘(xix) All Thompson rifles, including the
8 following:
9 ‘‘(I) Thompson M1SB.
10 ‘‘(II) Thompson T1100D.
11 ‘‘(III) Thompson T150D.
12 ‘‘(IV) Thompson T1B.
13 ‘‘(V) Thompson T1B100D.
14 ‘‘(VI) Thompson T1B50D.
15 ‘‘(VII) Thompson T1BSB.
16 ‘‘(VIII) Thompson T1–C.
17 ‘‘(IX) Thompson T1D.
18 ‘‘(X) Thompson T1SB.
19 ‘‘(XI) Thompson T5.
20 ‘‘(XII) Thompson T5100D.
21 ‘‘(XIII) Thompson TM1.
22 ‘‘(XIV) Thompson TM1C.
23 ‘‘(xx) UMAREX UZI Rifle.
24 ‘‘(xxi) UZI Mini Carbine, UZI Model A
25 Carbine, and UZI Model B Carbine. 8
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1 ‘‘(xxii) Valmet M62S, M71S, and M78.
2 ‘‘(xxiii) Vector Arms UZI Type.
3 ‘‘(xxiv) Weaver Arms Nighthawk.
4 ‘‘(xxv) Wilkinson Arms Linda Carbine.
5 ‘‘(I) All of the following pistols, copies, dupli-
6 cates, variants, or altered facsimiles with the capa-
7 bility of any such weapon thereof:
8 ‘‘(i) All AK–47 types, including the fol-
9 lowing:
10 ‘‘(I) Centurion 39 AK pistol.
11 ‘‘(II) Draco AK–47 pistol.
12 ‘‘(III) HCR AK–47 pistol.
13 ‘‘(IV) IO Inc. Hellpup AK–47 pistol.
14 ‘‘(V) Krinkov pistol.
15 ‘‘(VI) Mini Draco AK–47 pistol.
16 ‘‘(VII) Yugo Krebs Krink pistol.
17 ‘‘(ii) All AR–15 types, including the fol-
18 lowing:
19 ‘‘(I) American Spirit AR–15 pistol.
20 ‘‘(II) Bushmaster Carbon 15 pistol.
21 ‘‘(III) DoubleStar Corporation AR
22 pistol.
23 ‘‘(IV) DPMS AR–15 pistol.
24 ‘‘(V) Olympic Arms AR–15 pistol. 9
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1 ‘‘(VI) Rock River Arms LAR 15 pis-
2 tol.
3 ‘‘(iii) Calico Liberty pistols.
4 ‘‘(iv) DSA SA58 PKP FAL pistol.
5 ‘‘(v) Encom MP–9 and MP–45.
6 ‘‘(vi) Heckler & Koch model SP-89 pistol.
7 ‘‘(vii) Intratec AB–10, TEC–22 Scorpion,
8 TEC–9, and TEC–DC9.
9 ‘‘(viii) Kel-Tec PLR 16 pistol.
10 ‘‘(ix) The following MAC types:
11 ‘‘(I) MAC–10.
12 ‘‘(II) MAC–11.
13 ‘‘(III) Masterpiece Arms MPA A930
14 Mini Pistol, MPA460 Pistol, MPA Tactical
15 Pistol, and MPA Mini Tactical Pistol.
16 ‘‘(IV) Military Armament Corp.
17 Ingram M–11.
18 ‘‘(V) Velocity Arms VMAC.
19 ‘‘(x) Sig Sauer P556 pistol.
20 ‘‘(xi) Sites Spectre.
21 ‘‘(xii) All Thompson types, including the
22 following:
23 ‘‘(I) Thompson TA510D.
24 ‘‘(II) Thompson TA5.
25 ‘‘(xiii) All UZI types, including Micro-UZI. 10
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1 ‘‘(J) All of the following shotguns, copies, dupli-
2 cates, variants, or altered facsimiles with the capa-
3 bility of any such weapon thereof:
4 ‘‘(i) Franchi LAW–12 and SPAS 12.
5 ‘‘(ii) All IZHMASH Saiga 12 types, in-
6 cluding the following:
7 ‘‘(I) IZHMASH Saiga 12.
8 ‘‘(II) IZHMASH Saiga 12S.
9 ‘‘(III) IZHMASH Saiga 12S EXP–
10 01.
11 ‘‘(IV) IZHMASH Saiga 12K.
12 ‘‘(V) IZHMASH Saiga 12K–030.
13 ‘‘(VI) IZHMASH Saiga 12K–040
14 Taktika.
15 ‘‘(iii) Streetsweeper.
16 ‘‘(iv) Striker 12.
17 ‘‘(K) All belt-fed semiautomatic firearms, in-
18 cluding TNW M2HB.
19 ‘‘(L) Any combination of parts from which a
20 firearm described in subparagraphs (A) through (K)
21 can be assembled.
22 ‘‘(M) The frame or receiver of a rifle or shot-
23 gun described in subparagraph (A), (B), (C), (F),
24 (G), (H), (J), or (K). 11
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1 ‘‘(37) The term ‘large capacity ammunition feeding
2 device’—
3 ‘‘(A) means a magazine, belt, drum, feed strip,
4 or similar device, including any such device joined or
5 coupled with another in any manner, that has an
6 overall capacity of, or that can be readily restored,
7 changed, or converted to accept, more than 10
8 rounds of ammunition; and
9 ‘‘(B) does not include an attached tubular de-
10 vice designed to accept, and capable of operating
11 only with, .22 caliber rimfire ammunition.’’.
12 (b) RELATED DEFINITIONS.—Section 921(a) of title
13 18, United States Code, as amended by this Act, is
14 amended by adding at the end the following:
15 ‘‘(38) The term ‘barrel shroud’—
16 ‘‘(A) means a shroud that is attached to, or
17 partially or completely encircles, the barrel of a fire-
18 arm so that the shroud protects the user of the fire-
19 arm from heat generated by the barrel; and
20 ‘‘(B) does not include—
21 ‘‘(i) a slide that partially or completely en-
22 closes the barrel; or
23 ‘‘(ii) an extension of the stock along the
24 bottom of the barrel which does not encircle or
25 substantially encircle the barrel. 12
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1 ‘‘(39) The term ‘detachable magazine’ means an am-
2 munition feeding device that can be removed from a fire-
3 arm without disassembly of the firearm action.
4 ‘‘(40) The term ‘fixed magazine’ means an ammuni-
5 tion feeding device that is permanently fixed to the firearm
6 in such a manner that it cannot be removed without dis-
7 assembly of the firearm.
8 ‘‘(41) The term ‘folding, telescoping, or detachable
9 stock’ means a stock that folds, telescopes, detaches or
10 otherwise operates to reduce the length, size, or any other
11 dimension, or otherwise enhances the concealability, of a
12 firearm.
13 ‘‘(42) The term ‘forward grip’ means a grip located
14 forward of the trigger that functions as a pistol grip.
15 ‘‘(43) The term ‘rocket’ means any simple or complex
16 tubelike device containing combustibles that on being ig-
17 nited liberate gases whose action propels the tube through
18 the air and has a propellant charge of not more than 4
19 ounces.
20 ‘‘(44) The term ‘grenade launcher or rocket launcher’
21 means an attachment for use on a firearm that is designed
22 to propel a grenade, rocket, or other similar destructive
23 device.
24 ‘‘(45) The term ‘permanently inoperable’ means a
25 firearm which is incapable of discharging a shot by means 13
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1 of an explosive and incapable of being readily restored to
2 a firing condition.
3 ‘‘(46) The term ‘pistol grip’ means a grip, a thumb-
4 hole stock, or any other characteristic that can function
5 as a grip.
6 ‘‘(47) The term ‘threaded barrel’ means a feature or
7 characteristic that is designed in such a manner to allow
8 for the attachment of a device such as a firearm silencer
9 or a flash suppressor.
10 ‘‘(48) The term ‘qualified law enforcement officer’
11 has the meaning given the term in section 926B of title
12 18, United States Code.
13 ‘‘(49) The term ‘grandfathered semiautomatic as-
14 sault weapon’ means any semiautomatic assault weapon
15 the importation, possession, sale, or transfer of which
16 would be unlawful under section 922(v) but for the excep-
17 tion under paragraph (2) of such section.
18 ‘‘(50) The term ‘belt-fed semiautomatic firearm’
19 means any repeating firearm that—
20 ‘‘(A) utilizes a portion of the energy of a firing
21 cartridge to extract the fired cartridge case and
22 chamber the next round;
23 ‘‘(B) requires a separate pull of the trigger to
24 fire each cartridge; and 14
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1 ‘‘(C) has the capacity to accept a belt ammuni-
2 tion feeding device.’’.
3 SEC. 3. RESTRICTIONS ON ASSAULT WEAPONS AND LARGE
4 CAPACITY AMMUNITION FEEDING DEVICES.
5 (a) IN GENERAL.—Section 922 of title 18, United
6 States Code, is amended—
7 (1) by inserting after subsection (u) the fol-
8 lowing:
9 ‘‘(v)(1) It shall be unlawful for a person to import,
10 sell, manufacture, transfer, or possess, in or affecting
11 interstate or foreign commerce, a semiautomatic assault
12 weapon.
13 ‘‘(2) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to the possession,
14 sale, or transfer of any semiautomatic assault weapon oth-
15 erwise lawfully possessed under Federal law on the date
16 of enactment of the Assault Weapons Ban of 2013.
17 ‘‘(3) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to any firearm
18 that—
19 ‘‘(A) is manually operated by bolt, pump, lever,
20 or slide action;
21 ‘‘(B) has been rendered permanently inoperable;
22 or
23 ‘‘(C) is an antique firearm, as defined in section
24 921 of this title.
25 ‘‘(4) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to— 15
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1 ‘‘(A) the importation for, manufacture for, sale
2 to, transfer to, or possession by the United States
3 or a department or agency of the United States or
4 a State or a department, agency, or political subdivi-
5 sion of a State, or a sale or transfer to or possession
6 by a qualified law enforcement officer employed by
7 the United States or a department or agency of the
8 United States or a State or a department, agency,
9 or political subdivision of a State, for purposes of
10 law enforcement (whether on or off duty), or a sale
11 or transfer to or possession by a campus law en-
12 forcement officer for purposes of law enforcement
13 (whether on or off duty);
14 ‘‘(B) the importation for, or sale or transfer to
15 a licensee under title I of the Atomic Energy Act of
16 1954 for purposes of establishing and maintaining
17 an on-site physical protection system and security
18 organization required by Federal law, or possession
19 by an employee or contractor of such licensee on-site
20 for such purposes or off-site for purposes of licensee-
21 authorized training or transportation of nuclear ma-
22 terials;
23 ‘‘(C) the possession, by an individual who is re-
24 tired in good standing from service with a law en-
25 forcement agency and is not otherwise prohibited 16
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1 from receiving a firearm, of a semiautomatic assault
2 weapon—
3 ‘‘(i) sold or transferred to the individual by
4 the agency upon such retirement; or
5 ‘‘(ii) that the individual purchased, or oth-
6 erwise obtained, for official use before such re-
7 tirement;
8 ‘‘(D) the importation, sale, manufacture, trans-
9 fer, or possession of a semiautomatic assault weapon
10 by a licensed manufacturer or licensed importer for
11 the purposes of testing or experimentation author-
12 ized by the Attorney General; or
13 ‘‘(E) the importation, sale, manufacture, trans-
14 fer, or possession of a firearm specified in Appendix
15 A to this section, as such firearm was manufactured
16 on the date of introduction of the Assault Weapons
17 Ban of 2013.
18 ‘‘(5) For purposes of paragraph (4)(A), the term
19 ‘campus law enforcement officer’ means an individual who
20 is—
21 ‘‘(A) employed by a private institution of higher
22 education that is eligible for funding under title IV
23 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C.
24 1070 et seq.); 17
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1 ‘‘(B) responsible for the prevention or investiga-
2 tion of crime involving injury to persons or property,
3 including apprehension or detention of persons for
4 such crimes;
5 ‘‘(C) authorized by Federal, State, or local law
6 to carry a firearm, execute search warrants, and
7 make arrests; and
8 ‘‘(D) recognized, commissioned, or certified by
9 a government entity as a law enforcement officer.
10 ‘‘(6) The Attorney General shall establish and main-
11 tain, in a timely manner, a record of the make, model,
12 and, if available, date of manufacture of any semiauto-
13 matic assault weapon which the Attorney General is made
14 aware has been used in relation to a crime under Federal
15 or State law, and the nature and circumstances of the
16 crime involved, including the outcome of relevant criminal
17 investigations and proceedings. The Attorney General
18 shall annually submit a copy of the record established
19 under this paragraph to the Congress and make the record
20 available to the general public.
21 ‘‘(w)(1) It shall be unlawful for a person to import,
22 sell, manufacture, transfer, or possess, in or affecting
23 interstate or foreign commerce, a large capacity ammuni-
24 tion feeding device. 18
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1 ‘‘(2) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to the possession
2 of any large capacity ammunition feeding device otherwise
3 lawfully possessed on or before the date of enactment of
4 the Assault Weapons Ban of 2013.
5 ‘‘(3) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to—
6 ‘‘(A) the importation for, manufacture for, sale
7 to, transfer to, or possession by the United States
8 or a department or agency of the United States or
9 a State or a department, agency, or political subdivi-
10 sion of a State, or a sale or transfer to or possession
11 by a qualified law enforcement officer employed by
12 the United States or a department or agency of the
13 United States or a State or a department, agency,
14 or political subdivision of a State for purposes of law
15 enforcement (whether on or off duty), or a sale or
16 transfer to or possession by a campus law enforce-
17 ment officer for purposes of law enforcement (wheth-
18 er on or off duty);
19 ‘‘(B) the importation for, or sale or transfer to
20 a licensee under title I of the Atomic Energy Act of
21 1954 for purposes of establishing and maintaining
22 an on-site physical protection system and security
23 organization required by Federal law, or possession
24 by an employee or contractor of such licensee on-site
25 for such purposes or off-site for purposes of licensee- 19
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1 authorized training or transportation of nuclear ma-
2 terials;
3 ‘‘(C) the possession, by an individual who is re-
4 tired in good standing from service with a law en-
5 forcement agency and is not otherwise prohibited
6 from receiving ammunition, of a large capacity am-
7 munition feeding device—
8 ‘‘(i) sold or transferred to the individual by
9 the agency upon such retirement; or
10 ‘‘(ii) that the individual purchased, or oth-
11 erwise obtained, for official use before such re-
12 tirement; or
13 ‘‘(D) the importation, sale, manufacture, trans-
14 fer, or possession of any large capacity ammunition
15 feeding device by a licensed manufacturer or licensed
16 importer for the purposes of testing or experimen-
17 tation authorized by the Attorney General.
18 ‘‘(4) For purposes of paragraph (3)(A), the term
19 ‘campus law enforcement officer’ means an individual who
20 is—
21 ‘‘(A) employed by a private institution of higher
22 education that is eligible for funding under title IV
23 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C.
24 1070 et seq.); 20
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1 ‘‘(B) responsible for the prevention or investiga-
2 tion of crime involving injury to persons or property,
3 including apprehension or detention of persons for
4 such crimes;
5 ‘‘(C) authorized by Federal, State, or local law
6 to carry a firearm, execute search warrants, and
7 make arrests; and
8 ‘‘(D) recognized, commissioned, or certified by
9 a government entity as a law enforcement officer.’’;
10 and
11 (2) by adding at the end the following:
12 ‘‘(aa) SECURE STORAGE OR SAFETY DEVICE RE-
13 QUIREMENT FOR GRANDFATHERED SEMIAUTOMATIC AS-
14 SAULT WEAPONS.—It shall be unlawful for any person,
15 other than a licensed importer, licensed manufacturer, or
16 licensed dealer, to store or keep under the dominion or
17 control of that person any grandfathered semiautomatic
18 assault weapon that the person knows, or has reasonable
19 cause to believe, will be accessible to an individual prohib-
20 ited from receiving or possessing a firearm under sub-
21 section (g), (n), or (x), or any provision of State law, un-
22 less the grandfathered semiautomatic assault weapon is—
23 ‘‘(1) carried on the person, or within such close
24 proximity that the person can readily retrieve and
25 use the grandfathered semiautomatic assault weapon 21
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1 as if the grandfathered semiautomatic assault weap-
2 on were carried on the person; or
3 ‘‘(2) locked by a secure gun storage or safety
4 device that the prohibited individual has no ability to
5 access.’’.
6 (b) IDENTIFICATION MARKINGS FOR SEMIAUTO-
7 MATIC ASSAULT WEAPONS.—Section 923(i) of title 18,
8 United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the
9 following: ‘‘The serial number of any semiautomatic as-
10 sault weapon manufactured after the date of enactment
11 of the Assault Weapons Ban of 2013 shall clearly show
12 the date on which the weapon was manufactured or made,
13 legibly and conspicuously engraved or cast on the weapon,
14 and such other identification as the Attorney General shall
15 by regulations prescribe.’’.
16 (c) IDENTIFICATION MARKINGS FOR LARGE CAPAC-
17 ITY AMMUNITION FEEDING DEVICES.—Section 923(i) of
18 title 18, United States Code, as amended by this Act, is
19 amended by adding at the end the following: ‘‘A large ca-
20 pacity ammunition feeding device manufactured after the
21 date of enactment of the Assault Weapons Ban of 2013
22 shall be identified by a serial number and the date on
23 which the device was manufactured or made, legibly and
24 conspicuously engraved or cast on the device, and such 22
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1 other identification as the Attorney General shall by regu-
2 lations prescribe.’’.
3 (d) SEIZURE AND FORFEITURE OF LARGE CAPACITY
4 AMMUNITION FEEDING DEVICES.—Subsection (d) of sec-
5 tion 924 of title 18, United States Code, is amended—
6 (1) in paragraph (1)—
7 (A) by inserting ‘‘or large capacity ammu-
8 nition feeding device’’ after ‘‘firearm or ammu-
9 nition’’ each time it appears;
10 (B) by inserting ‘‘or large capacity ammu-
11 nition feeding device’’ after ‘‘firearms or ammu-
12 nition’’ each time it appears; and
13 (C) by striking ‘‘or (k)’’ and inserting
14 ‘‘(k), (r), (v), or (w)’’;
15 (2) in paragraph (2)—
16 (A) in subparagraph (C), by inserting ‘‘or
17 large capacity ammunition feeding devices’’
18 after ‘‘firearms or quantities of ammunition’’;
19 and
20 (3) in paragraph (3)—
21 (A) in subparagraph (E), by inserting
22 ‘‘922(r), 922(v), 922(w),’’ after ‘‘922(n),’’.
23 (e) APPENDIX A.—Section 922 of title 18, United
24 States Code, is amended by adding at the end the fol-
25 lowing: 23
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1 ‘‘APPENDIX A – FIREARMS EXEMPTED BY THE
2 ASSAULT WEAPONS BAN OF 2013
3 ‘‘CENTERFIRE RIFLES—AUTOLOADERS
4 ‘‘Benelli R1 Rifle
5 ‘‘Browning BAR Mark II Safari Magnum Rifle
6 ‘‘Browning BAR Mark II Safari Semi-Auto
7 Rifle
8 ‘‘Browning BAR Stalker Rifles
9 ‘‘Browning High-Power Rifle
10 ‘‘Browning Longtrac Rifle
11 ‘‘Browning Shorttrac Rifle
12 ‘‘Heckler & Koch HK630
13 ‘‘Heckler & Koch HK770
14 ‘‘Heckler & Koch HK940
15 ‘‘Heckler & Koch Model 300 Rifle
16 ‘‘Heckler & Koch SL7 Rifle
17 ‘‘Iver Johnson 50th Anniversary M-1 Carbine
18 (w/o folding stock)
19 ‘‘Iver Johnson M-1 Carbine (w/o folding stock)
20 ‘‘M-1 Carbines with standard fixed stock
21 ‘‘M-1 Garand with fixed 8 round capacity and
22 standard stock
23 ‘‘Marlin Model 9 Camp Carbine
24 ‘‘Marlin Model 45 Carbine
25 ‘‘Remington Model 74 24
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1 ‘‘Remington Model 81
2 ‘‘Remington Model 740
3 ‘‘Remington Model 742
4 ‘‘Remington Model 750 Synthetic
5 ‘‘Remington Model 750 Woodmaster
6 ‘‘Remington Model 7400 Rifle
7 ‘‘Remington Model 7400 Special Purpose Auto
8 Rifle
9 ‘‘Remington Nylon 66 Auto-Loading Rifle
10 ‘‘Ruger Mini 30
11 ‘‘Ruger Mini-14 (w/o folding stock)
12 ‘‘Ruger PC4
13 ‘‘Ruger PC9
14 ‘‘SKS type rifles with fixed 10 round magazine
15 and standard fixed stock
16 ‘‘Winchester Model SXR
17 ‘‘CENTERFIRE RIFLES—LEVER & SLIDE
18 ‘‘Action Arms Timber Wolf Pump Action
19 ‘‘Beretta 1873 Renegade Lever Action
20 ‘‘Beretta Gold Rush Slide Action
21 ‘‘Big Horn Armory Model 89
22 ‘‘Browning BLR Model 181 Lever Action, All
23 Models
24 ‘‘Browning BPR Pump Rifle
25 ‘‘Browning Model 53 Lever Action 25
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1 ‘‘Browning Model 65 Grade 1 Lever Action
2 Rifle
3 ‘‘Browning Model 71 Rifle and Carbine
4 ‘‘Browning Model 81 BLR
5 ‘‘Browning Model 81 BLR Lever-Action Rifle
6 ‘‘Browning Model 81 Long Action BLR
7 ‘‘Browning Model 1886 High Grade Carbine
8 ‘‘Browning Model 1886 Lever-Action Carbine
9 ‘‘Browning Model B-92 Carbine
10 ‘‘Charles Daly Model 1892 Lever Action, All
11 Models
12 ‘‘Chiappa 1886 Lever Action Rifles
13 ‘‘Cimarron 1860 Henry Replica
14 ‘‘Cimarron 1866 Winchester Replicas
15 ‘‘Cimarron 1873 30″ Express Rifle
16 ‘‘Cimarron 1873 Short Rifle
17 ‘‘Cimarron 1873 Sporting Rifle
18 ‘‘Cimarron 1873 Winchester Replicas
19 ‘‘Dixie Engraved 1873 Rifle
20 ‘‘Dixie Lightning Rifle and Carbines
21 ‘‘E.M.F. 1860 Henry Rifle
22 ‘‘E.M.F. 1866 Yellowboy Lever Actions
23 ‘‘E.M.F. Model 73 Lever-Action Rifle
24 ‘‘E.M.F. Model 1873 Lever Actions
25 ‘‘Henry .30/30 Lever Action Carbine 26
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1 ‘‘Henry Big Boy .357 Magnum
2 ‘‘Henry Big Boy .44 Magnum
3 ‘‘Henry Big Boy .45 Colt
4 ‘‘Henry Big Boy Deluxe Engraved .44 Magnum
5 ‘‘Henry Big Boy Deluxe Engraved .45 Colt
6 ‘‘Marlin Model 30AS Lever-Action Carbine
7 ‘‘Marlin Model 62 Lever Action
8 ‘‘Marlin Model 93 Lever Action
9 ‘‘Marlin Model 308MX
10 ‘‘Marlin Model 308MXLR
11 ‘‘Marlin Model 336 Deluxe
12 ‘‘Marlin Model 336C
13 ‘‘Marlin Model 336CS Lever-Action Carbine
14 ‘‘Marlin Model 336DL Lever Action
15 ‘‘Marlin Model 336SS
16 ‘‘Marlin Model 336W
17 ‘‘Marlin Model 336XLR
18 ‘‘Marlin Model 338MX
19 ‘‘Marlin Model 338MXLR
20 ‘‘Marlin Model 444
21 ‘‘Marlin Model 444 Lever-Action
22 ‘‘Marlin Model 444XLR
23 ‘‘Marlin Model 1894 Marlin Model 1894 Cow-
24 boy
25 ‘‘Marlin Model 1894 Lever Action, All Models 27
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1 ‘‘Marlin Model 1894C
2 ‘‘Marlin Model 1894CL Classic
3 ‘‘Marlin Model 1894CS Carbine
4 ‘‘Marlin Model 1894S Lever-Action Carbine
5 ‘‘Marlin Model 1894SS
6 ‘‘Marlin Model 1895
7 ‘‘Marlin Model 1895 Cowboy
8 ‘‘Marlin Model 1895 Lever Action, All Models
9 ‘‘Marlin Model 1895G
10 ‘‘Marlin Model 1895GS
11 ‘‘Marlin Model 1895M
12 ‘‘Marlin Model 1895MXLR
13 ‘‘Marlin Model 1895SBL
14 ‘‘Marlin Model 1895SS Lever-Action Rifle
15 ‘‘Marlin Model 1895XLR
16 ‘‘Marlin XLR Lever Action Rifles
17 ‘‘Mitchell 1858 Henry Replica
18 ‘‘Mitchell 1866 Winchester Replica
19 ‘‘Mitchell 1873 Winchester Replica
20 ‘‘Mossberg 464 Lever Action Rifle
21 ‘‘Mossberg Model 472 Lever Action
22 ‘‘Mossberg Model 479 Lever Action
23 ‘‘Navy Arms 1866 Yellowboy Rifle
24 ‘‘Navy Arms 1873 Sporting Rifle
25 ‘‘Navy Arms 1873 Winchester-Style Rifle 28
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1 ‘‘Navy Arms 1892 Short Rifle
2 ‘‘Navy Arms Henry Carbine
3 ‘‘Navy Arms Henry Trapper
4 ‘‘Navy Arms Iron Frame Henry
5 ‘‘Navy Arms Military Henry Rifle
6 ‘‘Puma Bounty Hunter Rifle
7 ‘‘Puma Model 92 Rifles & Carbines
8 ‘‘Remington 7600 Slide Action
9 ‘‘Remington Model 6 Pump Action
‘‘Remington Model 14, 14
1
10 ⁄2 Pump Actions
11 ‘‘Remington Model 141 Pump Action
12 ‘‘Remington Model 760 Slide Actions
13 ‘‘Remington Model 7600 Special Purpose Slide
14 Action
15 ‘‘Remington Model 7600 Synthetic
16 ‘‘Remington Model 7615 Camo Hunter
17 ‘‘Remington Model 7615 Ranch Carbine
18 ‘‘Remington Model 7615 SPS
19 ‘‘Rossi M92 SRC Saddle-Ring Carbine
20 ‘‘Rossi M92 SRS Short Carbine
21 ‘‘Rossi R92 Lever Action Carbines
22 ‘‘Ruger Model 96/44 Lever Action
23 ‘‘Savage 99C Lever-Action Rifle
24 ‘‘Savage Model 170 Pump Action
25 ‘‘Taurus Thunderbolt Pump Action 29
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1 ‘‘Taylor’s & CO., Inc. 1865 Spencer Carbine/
2 Rifle
3 ‘‘Taylor’s & CO., Inc. 1892 Carbine/Rifle
4 ‘‘U.S. Fire Arms Standard Lightning Magazine
5 Rifle
6 ‘‘Uberti 1866 Sporting Rifle Uberti 1873
7 Sporting Rifle
8 ‘‘Uberti 1876 Rifle
9 ‘‘Uberti 1883 Burgess Lever Action Rifle/Car-
10 bine
11 ‘‘Uberti Henry Rifle
12 ‘‘Uberti Lightning Rifle/Carbine
13 ‘‘Winchester Lever Actions, All Other Center
14 Fire Models
15 ‘‘Winchester Model 94 Big Bore Side Eject
16 ‘‘Winchester Model 94 Ranger Side Eject
17 Lever-Action Rifle
18 ‘‘Winchester Model 94 Side Eject Lever-Action
19 Rifle
20 ‘‘Winchester Model 94 Trapper Side Eject
21 ‘‘Winchester Model 94 Wrangler Side Eject
22 ‘‘Winchester Model 1895 Safari Centennial
23 ‘‘CENTERFIRE RIFLES—BOLT ACTION
24 ‘‘Accurate Arms Raptor & Backpack Bolt Ac-
25 tion Rifles 30
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1 ‘‘Alpine Bolt-Action Rifle
2 ‘‘Anschutz 1700D Bavarian Bolt-Action Rifle
3 ‘‘Anschutz 1700D Classic Rifles
4 ‘‘Anschutz 1700D Custom Rifles
5 ‘‘Anschutz 1733D Mannlicher Rifle
6 ‘‘Arnold Arms African Safari & Alaskan Trophy
7 Rifles
8 ‘‘A-Square Caesar Bolt-Action Rifle
9 ‘‘A-Square Genghis Khan Bolt Action Rifle
10 ‘‘A-Square Hamilcar Bolt Action Rifle
11 ‘‘A-Square Hannibal Bolt-Action Rifle
12 ‘‘Auguste Francotte Bolt-Action Rifles
13 ‘‘Bansners Ultimate Bolt Action Rifles
14 ‘‘Beeman/HW 60J Bolt-Action Rifle
15 ‘‘Benton & Brown Firearms, Inc. Model 93
16 Bolt Action Rifle
17 ‘‘Blackheart International BBG Hunter Bolt
18 Action
19 ‘‘Blackheart International LLC BBG Light
20 Sniper Bolt Action
21 ‘‘Blaser R8 Professional
22 ‘‘Blaser R84 Bolt-Action Rifle
23 ‘‘Blaser R93 Bolt Action Rifle
24 ‘‘BRNO 537 Sporter Bolt-Action Rifle
25 ‘‘BRNO ZKB 527 Fox Bolt-Action Rifle 31
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1 ‘‘BRNO ZKK 600, 601, 602 Bolt-Action Rifles
2 ‘‘Brown Precision Company Bolt Action Sporter
3 ‘‘Browning A-Bolt Gold Medallion
4 ‘‘Browning A-Bolt Left Hand
5 ‘‘Browning A-Bolt Micro Medallion
6 ‘‘Browning A-Bolt Rifle
7 ‘‘Browning A-Bolt Short Action
8 ‘‘Browning A-Bolt Stainless Stalker
9 ‘‘Browning Euro-Bolt Rifle
10 ‘‘Browning High-Power Bolt Action Rifle
11 ‘‘Browning X-Bolt Bolt Action Rifle
12 ‘‘Carbon One Bolt Action Rifle
13 ‘‘Carl Gustaf 2000 Bolt-Action Rifle Century
14 ‘‘Centurion 14 Sporter
15 ‘‘Century Enfield Sporter #4
16 ‘‘Century M70 Sporter
17 ‘‘Century Mauser 98 Sporter
18 ‘‘Century Swedish Sporter #38
19 ‘‘Cheytac M-200
20 ‘‘Cheytac M70 Sporter
21 ‘‘Cooper Model 21 Bolt Action Rifle
22 ‘‘Cooper Model 22 Bolt Action Rifle
23 ‘‘Cooper Model 38 Centerfire Sporter
24 ‘‘Cooper Model 56 Bolt Action Rifle
25 ‘‘CZ 527 Bolt Action Rifles 32
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1 ‘‘CZ 550 Bolt Action Rifles
2 ‘‘CZ 750 Sniper Rifle
3 ‘‘Dakota 22 Sporter Bolt-Action Rifle
4 ‘‘Dakota 76 Classic Bolt-Action Rifle
5 ‘‘Dakota 76 Safari Bolt-Action Rifle
6 ‘‘Dakota 76 Short Action Rifles
7 ‘‘Dakota 97 Bolt Action Rifle
8 ‘‘Dakota 416 Rigby African
9 ‘‘Dakota Predator Rifle
10 ‘‘DSA DS-MP1 Bolt Action Rifle
11 ‘‘E.A.A./Sabatti Rover 870 Bolt-Action Rifle
12 ‘‘EAA/Zastava M-93 Black Arrow Rifle
13 ‘‘Ed Brown Hunting and Model 704 Bolt Ac-
14 tion Rifles
15 ‘‘Heym Bolt Action Rifles
16 ‘‘Heym Magnum Express Series Rifle
17 ‘‘Howa Bolt Action Rifles
18 ‘‘Howa Lightning Bolt-Action Rifle
19 ‘‘Howa Realtree Camo Rifle
20 ‘‘H-S Precision Bolt Action Rifles
21 ‘‘Interarms Mark X Bolt Action Rifles
22 ‘‘Interarms Mark X Viscount Bolt-Action Rifle
23 ‘‘Interarms Mark X Whitworth Bolt-Action
24 Rifle
25 ‘‘Interarms Mini-Mark X Rifle 33
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1 ‘‘Interarms Whitworth Express Rifle
2 ‘‘Iver Johnson Model 5100A1 Long-Range Rifle
3 ‘‘KDF K15 American Bolt-Action Rifle
4 ‘‘Kenny Jarrett Bolt Action Rifle
5 ‘‘Kimber Bolt Action Rifles
6 ‘‘Krico Model 600 Bolt-Action Rifle
7 ‘‘Krico Model 700 Bolt-Action Rifles
8 ‘‘Magnum Research Mount Eagle Rifles
9 ‘‘Marlin Model XL7
10 ‘‘Marlin Model XL7C
11 ‘‘Marlin Model XL7L
12 ‘‘Marlin Model XL7W
13 ‘‘Marlin Model XS7
14 ‘‘Marlin Model XS7C
15 ‘‘Marlin Model XS7Y
16 ‘‘Marlin XL-7/XS7 Bolt Action Rifles
17 ‘‘Mauser Model 66 Bolt-Action Rifle
18 ‘‘Mauser Model 99 Bolt-Action Rifle
19 ‘‘McMillan Classic Stainless Sporter
20 ‘‘McMillan Signature Alaskan
21 ‘‘McMillan Signature Classic Sporter
22 ‘‘McMillan Signature Super Varminter
23 ‘‘McMillan Signature Titanium Mountain Rifle
24 ‘‘McMillan Talon Safari Rifle
25 ‘‘McMillan Talon Sporter Rifle 34
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1 ‘‘Merkel KR1 Bolt Action Rifle
2 ‘‘Midland 1500S Survivor Rifle
3 ‘‘Mossberg Model 100 ATR (All-Terrain Rifle)
4 ‘‘Navy Arms TU–33/40 Carbine
5 ‘‘Nosler Model 48 Varmint Rifle
6 ‘‘Parker Hale Bolt Action Rifles
7 ‘‘Parker-Hale Model 81 Classic African Rifle
8 ‘‘Parker-Hale Model 81 Classic Rifle
9 ‘‘Parker-Hale Model 1000 Rifle
10 ‘‘Parker-Hale Model 1100 Lightweight Rifle
11 ‘‘Parker-Hale Model 1100M African Magnum
12 ‘‘Parker-Hale Model 1200 Super Clip Rifle
13 ‘‘Parker-Hale Model 1200 Super Rifle
14 ‘‘Parker-Hale Model 1300C Scout Rifle
15 ‘‘Parker-Hale Model 2100 Midland Rifle
16 ‘‘Parker-Hale Model 2700 Lightweight Rifle
17 ‘‘Parker-Hale Model 2800 Midland Rifle
18 ‘‘Remington 700 ADL Bolt-Action Rifle
19 ‘‘Remington 700 BDL Bolt-Action Rifle
20 ‘‘Remington 700 BDL European Bolt-Action
21 Rifle
22 ‘‘Remington 700 BDL Left Hand
23 ‘‘Remington 700 BDL SS Rifle
24 ‘‘Remington 700 BDL Varmint Special
25 ‘‘Remington 700 Camo Synthetic Rifle 35
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1 ‘‘Remington 700 Classic Rifle
2 ‘‘Remington 700 Custom KS Mountain Rifle
3 ‘‘Remington 700 Mountain Rifle
4 ‘‘Remington 700 MTRSS Rifle
5 ‘‘Remington 700 Safari
6 ‘‘Remington 700 Stainless Synthetic Rifle
7 ‘‘Remington 700 Varmint Synthetic Rifle
8 ‘‘Remington Model 40-X Bolt Action Rifles
9 ‘‘Remington Model 700 Alaskan Ti
10 ‘‘Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles
11 ‘‘Remington Model 700 CDL
12 ‘‘Remington Model 700 CDL ‘Boone and
13 Crockett’
14 ‘‘Remington Model 700 CDL Left-Hand
15 ‘‘Remington Model 700 CDL SF Limited Edi-
16 tion
17 ‘‘Remington Model 700 LSS
18 ‘‘Remington Model 700 Mountain LSS
19 ‘‘Remington Model 700 Sendero SF II
20 ‘‘Remington Model 700 SPS
21 ‘‘Remington Model 700 SPS Buckmasters Edi-
22 tion
23 ‘‘Remington Model 700 SPS Buckmasters Edi-
24 tion ‘Young Bucks’ Youth
25 ‘‘Remington Model 700 SPS Stainless 36
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1 ‘‘Remington Model 700 SPS Tactical Rifle
2 ‘‘Remington Model 700 SPS Varmint
3 ‘‘Remington Model 700 SPS Varmint (Left-
4 Hand)
5 ‘‘Remington Model 700 SPS Youth Synthetic
6 Left-Hand
7 ‘‘Remington Model 700 VL SS Thumbhole
8 ‘‘Remington Model 700 VLS
9 ‘‘Remington Model 700 VS SF II
10 ‘‘Remington Model 700 VTR
11 ‘‘Remington Model 700 XCR
12 ‘‘Remington Model 700 XCR Camo
13 ‘‘Remington Model 700 XCR Compact Tactical
14 Rifle
15 ‘‘Remington Model 700 XCR Left-Hand
16 ‘‘Remington Model 700 XCR Tactical Long
17 Range Rifle
18 ‘‘Remington Model 715
19 ‘‘Remington Model 770
20 ‘‘Remington Model 770 Bolt Action Rifles
21 ‘‘Remington Model 770 Stainless Camo
22 ‘‘Remington Model 770 Youth
23 ‘‘Remington Model 798
24 ‘‘Remington Model 798 Safari
25 ‘‘Remington Model 798 SPS 37
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Remington Model 799
2 ‘‘Remington Model Seven 25th Anniversary
3 ‘‘Remington Model Seven Bolt Action Rifles
4 ‘‘Remington Model Seven CDL
5 ‘‘Remington Model Seven Custom KS
6 ‘‘Remington Model Seven Custom MS Rifle
7 ‘‘Remington Model Seven Predator
8 ‘‘Remington Model Seven Youth Rifle
9 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye African
10 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye Alaskan
11 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye All-Weather
12 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye All-Weather Ultra Light
13 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye Compact
14 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye International
15 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye Laminate Compact
16 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye Laminate Left-Handed
17 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye Predator
18 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye Sporter
19 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye Standard
20 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye Standard Left-Handed
21 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye Tactical
22 ‘‘Ruger M77 Hawkeye Ultra Light
23 ‘‘Ruger M77 Mark II All-Weather Stainless
24 Rifle
25 ‘‘Ruger M77 Mark II Express Rifle 38
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Ruger M77 Mark II Magnum Rifle
2 ‘‘Ruger M77 Mark II Rifle
3 ‘‘Ruger M77 Mark II Target Rifle
4 ‘‘Ruger M77 RSI International Carbine
5 ‘‘Ruger M77
6 ‘‘Ruger Compact Magnum
7 ‘‘Ruger M77RL Ultra Light
8 ‘‘Ruger M77VT Target Rifle
9 ‘‘Ruger Model 77 Bolt Action Rifles
10 ‘‘Sako Bolt Action Rifles
11 ‘‘Sako Classic Bolt Action
12 ‘‘Sako Deluxe Lightweight
13 ‘‘Sako FiberClass Sporter
14 ‘‘Sako Hunter Left-Hand Rifle
15 ‘‘Sako Hunter LS Rifle Sako Hunter Rifle
16 ‘‘Sako Mannlicher-Style Carbine
17 ‘‘Sako Safari Grade Bolt Action
18 ‘‘Sako Super Deluxe Sporter
19 ‘‘Sako TRG–S Bolt-Action Rifle
20 ‘‘Sako Varmint Heavy Barrel
21 ‘‘Sauer 90 Bolt-Action Rifle
22 ‘‘Savage 16/116 Rifles
23 ‘‘Savage 110 Bolt Action Rifles
24 ‘‘Savage 110CY Youth/Ladies Rifle
25 ‘‘Savage 110F Bolt-Action Rifle 39
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Savage 110FP Police Rifle
2 ‘‘Savage 110FXP3 Bolt-Action Rifle
3 ‘‘Savage 110G Bolt-Action Rifle
4 ‘‘Savage 110GV Varmint Rifle
5 ‘‘Savage 110GXP3 Bolt-Action Rifle
6 ‘‘Savage 110WLE One of One Thousand Lim-
7 ited Edition Rifle
8 ‘‘Savage 112 Bolt Action Rifles
9 ‘‘Savage 112FV Varmint Rifle
10 ‘‘Savage 116 Bolt Action Rifles
11 ‘‘Savage 116FSS Bolt-Action Rifle
12 ‘‘Savage Axis Series Bolt Action Rifles
13 ‘‘Savage Model 10 Bolt Action Rifles
14 ‘‘Savage Model 10GXP Package Guns
15 ‘‘Savage Model 11/111 Series Bolt Action Rifles
16 ‘‘Savage Model 12 Series Rifles
17 ‘‘Savage Model 14/114 Rifles
18 ‘‘Savage Model 25 Bolt Action Rifles
19 ‘‘Savage Model 110GXP3 Package Guns
20 ‘‘Savage Model 112BV Heavy Barrel Varmint
21 Rifle
22 ‘‘Savage Model 112FVS Varmint Rifle
23 ‘‘Savage Model 116FSK Kodiak Rifle
24 ‘‘Shilen Rifles Inc. DGA Bolt Action Rifles
25 ‘‘Smith & Wesson i-Bolt Rifle 40
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Steyr Scout Bolt Action Rifle
2 ‘‘Steyr SSG 69 PII Bolt Action Rifle
3 ‘‘Steyr SSG08 Bolt Action Rifle
4 ‘‘Steyr-Mannlicher Luxus Model L, M, S
5 ‘‘Steyr-Mannlicher Model M Professional Rifle
6 ‘‘Steyr-Mannlicher Sporter Models SL, L, M, S,
7 S/T
8 ‘‘Thompson/Center ICON Bolt Action Rifles
9 ‘‘Thompson/Center Icon Classic Long Action
10 Rifle
11 ‘‘Thompson/Center Icon Medium Action Rifle
12 ‘‘Thompson/Center Icon Precision Hunter
13 ‘‘Thompson/Center Icon Weather Shield Long
14 Action Rifle
15 ‘‘Thompson/Center Icon Weather Shield Me-
16 dium Action Rifle
17 ‘‘Thompson/Center Venture
18 ‘‘Tikka Bolt-Action Rifle
19 ‘‘Tikka Premium Grade Rifles
20 ‘‘Tikka T3 Bolt Action Rifles
21 ‘‘Tikka Varmint/Continental Rifle
22 ‘‘Tikka Whitetail/Battue Rifle
23 ‘‘Ultra Light Arms Model 20 Rifle
24 ‘‘Ultra Light Arms Model 24
25 ‘‘Ultra Light Arms Model 28, Model 40 Rifles 41
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Voere Model 2155, 2150 Bolt-Action Rifles
2 ‘‘Voere Model 2165 Bolt-Action Rifle
3 ‘‘Voere VEC 91 Lightning Bolt-Action Rifle
4 ‘‘Weatherby Classicmark No. 1 Rifle
5 ‘‘Weatherby Lasermark V Rifle
6 ‘‘Weatherby Mark V Crown Custom Rifles
7 ‘‘Weatherby Mark V Deluxe Bolt-Action Rifle
8 ‘‘Weatherby Mark V Rifles
9 ‘‘Weatherby Mark V Safari Grade Custom Ri-
10 fles
11 ‘‘Weatherby Mark V Sporter Rifle
12 ‘‘Weatherby Vanguard Bolt Action Rifles
13 ‘‘Weatherby Vanguard Classic No. 1 Rifle
14 ‘‘Weatherby Vanguard Classic Rifle
15 ‘‘Weatherby Vanguard VGX Deluxe Rifle
16 ‘‘Weatherby Vanguard Weatherguard Rifle
17 ‘‘Weatherby Weatherguard Alaskan Rifle
18 ‘‘Weatherby Weathermark Alaskan Rifle
19 ‘‘Weatherby Weathermark Rifle
20 ‘‘Weatherby Weathermark Rifles
21 ‘‘Wichita Classic Rifle
22 ‘‘Wichita Varmint Rifle
23 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifles
24 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Custom Sharpshooter 42
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Custom Sporting Sharp-
2 shooter Rifle
3 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 DBM Rifle
4 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 DBM–S Rifle
5 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Featherweight
6 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Featherweight Classic
7 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Featherweight WinTuff
8 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Lightweight Rifle
9 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 SM Sporter
10 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Sporter
11 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Sporter WinTuff
12 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Stainless Rifle
13 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Super Express Magnum
14 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Super Grade
15 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Synthetic Heavy
16 Varmint Rifle
17 ‘‘Winchester Model 70 Varmint
18 ‘‘Winchester Ranger Rifle
19 ‘‘CENTERFIRE RIFLES—SINGLE SHOT
20 ‘‘Armsport 1866 Sharps Rifle, Carbine
21 ‘‘Ballard Arms Inc. 1875 #3 Gallery Single
22 Shot Rifle
23 ‘‘Ballard Arms Inc. 1875 #4 Perfection Rifle
24 ‘‘Ballard Arms Inc. 1875 #7 Long Range Rifle
25 ‘‘Ballard Arms Inc. 1875 #8 Union Hill rifle 43
OLL13052 S.L.C.
‘‘Ballard Arms Inc. 1875 1
1
1 ⁄2 Hunter Rifle
2 ‘‘Ballard Arms Inc. 1885 High Wall Sporting
3 Rifle
4 ‘‘Ballard Arms Inc. 1885 Low Wall Single Shot
5 ‘‘Brown Model 97D Single Shot Rifle
6 ‘‘Brown Model One Single Shot Rifle
7 ‘‘Browning Model 1885 Single Shot Rifle
8 ‘‘C. Sharps Arms 1875 Target & Sporting Rifle
9 ‘‘C. Sharps Arms Custom New Model 1877
10 ‘‘C. Sharps Arms New Model 1885 High Wall
11 Rifle
12 ‘‘C.Sharps Arms 1874 Bridgeport Sporting
13 Rifle
14 ‘‘C.Sharps Arms 1875 Classic Sharps
15 ‘‘C.Sharps Arms New Model 1874 Old Reliable
16 ‘‘C.Sharps Arms New Model 1875 Rifle
17 ‘‘C.Sharps Arms New Model 1875 Target &
18 Long Range
19 ‘‘Cabela’s 1874 Sharps Sporting
20 ‘‘Cimarron Billy Dixon 1874 Sharps
21 ‘‘Cimarron Model 1885 High Wall
22 ‘‘Cimarron Quigley Model 1874 Sharps
23 ‘‘Cimarron Silhouette Model 1874 Sharps
24 ‘‘Dakota Model 10 Single Shot Rifle
25 ‘‘Dakota Single Shot Rifle 44
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Desert Industries G–90 Single Shot Rifle
2 ‘‘Dixie Gun Works 1873 Trapdoor Rifle/Car-
3 bine
4 ‘‘Dixie Gun Works 1874 Sharps Rifles
5 ‘‘Dixie Gun Works Remington Rolling Block
6 Rifles
7 ‘‘EMF Premier 1874 Sharps
8 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Buffalo Classic Rifle
9 (CR–1871)
10 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson CR 45–LC
11 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Handi-Mag Rifle
12 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Handi-Rifle
13 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Handi-Rifle Com-
14 pact
15 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson New England Hand-
16 Rifle/Slug Gun Combos
17 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Stainless Handi-
18 Rifle
19 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Stainless Ultra
20 Hunter Thumbhole Stock
21 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Superlight Handi-
22 Rifle Compact
23 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Survivor Rifle
24 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Synthetic Handi-
25 Rifle 45
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Ultra Hunter Rifle
2 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Ultra Varmint
3 Fluted
4 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Ultra Varmint Rifle
5 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Ultra Varmint
6 Thumbhole Stock
7 ‘‘Krieghoff Hubertus Single Shot
8 ‘‘Meacham High Wall
9 ‘‘Merkel K1 Lightweight Stalking Rifle
10 ‘‘Merkel K2 Custom Stalking Rifle
11 ‘‘Model 1885 High Wall Rifle
12 ‘‘Navy Arms #2 Creedmoor Rifle
13 ‘‘Navy Arms 1873 John Bodine Rolling Black
14 Rifle
15 ‘‘Navy Arms 1873 Springfield Cavalry Carbine
16 ‘‘Navy Arms 1874 Sharps Rifles
17 ‘‘Navy Arms 1874 1885 High Wall Rifles
18 ‘‘Navy Arms Rolling Block Buffalo Rifle
19 ‘‘Navy Arms Sharps ‘‘Quigley’’ Rifle
20 ‘‘Navy Arms Sharps Cavalry Carbine
21 ‘‘Navy Arms Sharps Plains Rifle
22 ‘‘New England Firearms Handi-Rifle
23 ‘‘New England Firearms Sportster/Versa Pack
24 Rifle
25 ‘‘New England Firearms Survivor Rifle 46
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Red Willow Armory Ballard No. 1.5 Hunting
2 Rifle
3 ‘‘Red Willow Armory Ballard No. 4.5 Target
4 Rifle
5 ‘‘Red Willow Armory Ballard No. 5 Pacific
6 ‘‘Red Willow Armory Ballard No. 8 Union Hill
7 Rifle
8 ‘‘Red Willow Armory Ballard Rifles
9 ‘‘Remington Model Rolling Block Rifles
10 ‘‘Remington Model SPR18 Blued
11 ‘‘Remington Model SPR18 Nickel
12 ‘‘Remington Model SPR18 Single Shot Rifle
13 ‘‘Remington-Style Rolling Block Carbine
14 ‘‘Rossi Match Pairs Rifles
15 ‘‘Rossi Single Shot Rifles
16 ‘‘Rossi Wizard
17 ‘‘Ruger No. 1 RSI International
18 ‘‘Ruger No. 1 Stainless Sporter
19 ‘‘Ruger No. 1 Stainless Standard
20 ‘‘Ruger No. 1A Light Sporter
21 ‘‘Ruger No. 1B Single Shot
22 ‘‘Ruger No. 1H Tropical Rifle
23 ‘‘Ruger No. 1S Medium Sporter
24 ‘‘Ruger No. 1V Special Varminter
25 ‘‘Sharps 1874 Old Reliable 47
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Shiloh 1875 Rifles
2 ‘‘Shiloh Sharps 1874 Business Rifle
3 ‘‘Shiloh Sharps 1874 Long Range Express
4 ‘‘Shiloh Sharps 1874 Military Carbine
5 ‘‘Shiloh Sharps 1874 Military Rifle
6 ‘‘Shiloh Sharps 1874 Montana Roughrider
7 ‘‘Shiloh Sharps Creedmoor Target
8 ‘‘Thompson/Center Contender Carbine
9 ‘‘Thompson/Center Contender Carbine Survival
10 System
11 ‘‘Thompson/Center Contender Carbine Youth
12 Model
13 ‘‘Thompson/Center Encore
14 ‘‘Thompson/Center Stainless Contender Carbine
15 ‘‘Thompson/Center TCR ’87 Single Shot Rifle
16 ‘‘Thompson/Encore Rifles
17 ‘‘Traditions 1874 Sharps Deluxe Rifle
18 ‘‘Traditions 1874 Sharps Standard Rifle
19 ‘‘Traditions Rolling Block Sporting Rifle
20 ‘‘Uberti (Stoeger Industries) Sharps Rifles
21 ‘‘Uberti 1871 Rolling Block Rifle/Carbine
22 ‘‘Uberti 1874 Sharps Sporting Rifle
23 ‘‘Uberti 1885 High Wall Rifles
24 ‘‘Uberti Rolling Block Baby Carbine
25 ‘‘Uberti Springfield Trapdoor Carbine/Rifle 48
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘DRILLINGS, COMBINATION GUNS, DOUBLE RIFLES
2 ‘‘A. Zoli Rifle-Shotgun O/U Combo
3 ‘‘Auguste Francotte Boxlock Double Rifle
4 ‘‘Auguste Francotte Sidelock Double Rifles
5 ‘‘Baikal IZH-94 Express
6 ‘‘Baikal MP94- (IZH-94) O/U
7 ‘‘Beretta Express SSO O/U Double Rifles
8 ‘‘Beretta Model 455 SxS Express Rifle
9 ‘‘Chapuis RGExpress Double Rifle
10 ‘‘CZ 584 SOLO Combination Gun
11 ‘‘CZ 589 Stopper O/U Gun
12 ‘‘Dakota Double Rifle
13 ‘‘Garbi Express Double Rifle
14 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Survivor
15 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Synthetic Handi-
16 Rifle/Slug Gun Combo
17 ‘‘Heym Model 55B O/U Double Rifle
18 ‘‘Heym Model 55FW O/U Combo Gun
19 ‘‘Heym Model 88b Side-by-Side Double Rifle
20 ‘‘Hoenig Rotary Round Action Combination
21 Rifle
22 ‘‘Hoenig Rotary Round Action Double Rifle
23 ‘‘Kodiak Mk. IV Double Rifle
24 ‘‘Kreighoff Teck O/U Combination Gun
25 ‘‘Kreighoff Trumpf Drilling 49
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Krieghoff Drillings
2 ‘‘Lebeau-Courally Express Rifle 5X5
3 ‘‘Merkel Boxlock Double Rifles
4 ‘‘Merkel Drillings
5 ‘‘Merkel Model 160 Side-by-Side Double Rifles
6 ‘‘Merkel Over/Under Combination Guns
7 ‘‘Merkel Over/Under Double Rifles
8 ‘‘Remington Model SPR94 .410/Rimfire
9 ‘‘Remington Model SPR94 12 Gauge/Centerfire
10 ‘‘Rizzini Express 90L Double Rifle
11 ‘‘Savage 24F O/U Combination Gun
12 ‘‘Savage 24F–12T Turkey Gun
13 ‘‘Springfield Inc. M6 Scout Rifle/Shotgun
14 ‘‘Tikka Model 412s Combination Gun
15 ‘‘Tikka Model 412S Double Fire
16 ‘‘RIMFIRE RIFLES—AUTOLOADERS
17 ‘‘AMT Lightning 25/22 Rifle
18 ‘‘AMT Lightning Small-Game Hunting Rifle II
19 ‘‘AMT Magnum Hunter Auto Rifle
20 ‘‘Anschutz 525 Deluxe Auto
21 ‘‘Armscor Model 20P Auto Rifle
22 ‘‘Browning Auto .22 Rifles
23 ‘‘Browning Auto–22 Rifle
24 ‘‘Browning Auto–22 Grade VI
25 ‘‘Browning BAR .22 Auto Rifle 50
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Browning SA-22 Semi-Auto 22 Rifle
2 ‘‘Henry U.S. Survival .22
3 ‘‘Henry U.S. Survival Rifle AR-7
4 ‘‘Krico Model 260 Auto Rifle
5 ‘‘Lakefield Arms Model 64B Auto Rifle
6 ‘‘Marlin Model 60 Self Loading Rifles
7 ‘‘Marlin Model 60C
8 ‘‘Marlin Model 60SB
9 ‘‘Marlin Model 60S–CF
10 ‘‘Marlin Model 60SN
11 ‘‘Marlin Model 60ss Self-Loading Rifle
12 ‘‘Marlin Model 70 Auto-loading Rifles
13 ‘‘Marlin Model 70 HC Auto
14 ‘‘Marlin Model 70P Papoose
15 ‘‘Marlin Model 70PSS
16 ‘‘Marlin Model 795
17 ‘‘Marlin Model 795SS
18 ‘‘Marlin Model 922 Magnum Self-Loading Rifle
19 ‘‘Marlin Model 990l Self-Loading Rifle
20 ‘‘Marlin Model 995 Self-Loading Rifle
21 ‘‘Mossberg 702 Plinkster
22 ‘‘Norinco Model 22 ATD Rifle
23 ‘‘Remington 552BDL Speedmaster Rifle
24 ‘‘Remington Model 522 Viper Autoloading Rifle
25 ‘‘Remington Model 597 Blaze Camo 51
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Remington Model 597 Pink Camo
2 ‘‘Remington Model 597 Synthetic Scope Combo
3 ‘‘Ruger 10/22 Autoloading Carbine (w/o folding
4 stock)
5 ‘‘Ruger 10/22 Compact
6 ‘‘Ruger 10/22 Sporter
7 ‘‘Ruger 10/22 Target
8 ‘‘Survival Arms AR–7 Explorer Rifle
9 ‘‘Texas Remington Revolving Carbine
10 ‘‘Thompson/Center R–55 All-Weather
11 ‘‘Thompson/Center R–55 Benchmark
12 ‘‘Thompson/Center R–55 Classic
13 ‘‘Thompson/Center R-55 Rifles
14 ‘‘Thompson/Center R–55 Sporter
15 ‘‘Voere Model 2115 Auto Rifle
16 ‘‘RIMFIRE RIFLES—LEVER & SLIDE ACTION
17 ‘‘Browning BL–22 Lever-Action Rifle
18 ‘‘Henry .22 Lever Action Rifles, All Models
19 ‘‘Henry Golden Boy .17 HMR
20 ‘‘Henry Golden Boy .22
21 ‘‘Henry Golden Boy .22 Magnum
22 ‘‘Henry Golden Boy Deluxe
23 ‘‘Henry Lever .22 Magnum
24 ‘‘Henry Lever Action .22
25 ‘‘Henry Lever Carbine .22 52
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Henry Lever Octagon .22
2 ‘‘Henry Lever Octagon .22 Magnum
3 ‘‘Henry Lever Youth Model .22
4 ‘‘Henry Pump Action Octagon .22
5 ‘‘Henry Pump Action Octagon .22 Magnum
6 ‘‘Henry Varmint Express .17 HMR
7 ‘‘Marlin 39TDS Carbine
8 ‘‘Marlin Model 39A Golden Lever Action
9 ‘‘Marlin Model 39AS Golden Lever-Action Rifle
10 ‘‘Mossberg Model 464 Rimfire Lever Action
11 Rifle
12 ‘‘Norinco EM–321 Pump Rifle
13 ‘‘Remington 572BDL Fieldmaster Pump Rifle
14 ‘‘Rossi Model 62 SA Pump Rifle
15 ‘‘Rossi Model 62 SAC Carbine
16 ‘‘Rossi Model G2 Gallery Rifle
17 ‘‘Ruger Model 96 Lever-Action Rifle
18 ‘‘Taurus Model 62- Pump
19 ‘‘Taurus Model 72 Pump Rifle
20 ‘‘Winchester Model 9422 Lever-Action Rifle
21 ‘‘Winchester Model 9422 Magnum Lever-Action
22 Rifle
23 ‘‘RIMFIRE RIFLES—BOLT ACTIONS & SINGLE SHOTS
24 ‘‘Anschutz 1416D/1516D Classic Rifles
25 ‘‘Anschutz 1418D/1518D Mannlicher Rifles 53
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Anschutz 1700 FWT Bolt-Action Rifle
2 ‘‘Anschutz 1700D Bavarian Bolt-Action Rifle
3 ‘‘Anschutz 1700D Classic Rifles
4 ‘‘Anschutz 1700D Custom Rifles
5 ‘‘Anschutz 1700D Graphite Custom Rifle
6 ‘‘Anschutz 1702 D H B Classic
7 ‘‘Anschutz 1713 Silhouette
8 ‘‘Anschutz Achiever
9 ‘‘Anschutz Achiever Bolt-Action Rifle
10 ‘‘Anschutz All other Bolt Action Rimfire Models
11 ‘‘Anschutz Kadett
12 ‘‘Anschutz Model 1502 D Classic
13 ‘‘Anschutz Model 1517 D Classic
14 ‘‘Anschutz Model 1517 MPR Multi Purpose
15 ‘‘Anschutz Model 1517 S-BR
16 ‘‘Anschutz Model 1710 D KL
17 ‘‘Anschutz Model 1717 Classic
18 ‘‘Anschutz Model 1717 Silhouette Sporter
19 ‘‘Anschutz Model G4 MPB
20 ‘‘Anschutz Model Woodchucker
21 ‘‘Armscor Model 14P Bolt-Action Rifle
22 ‘‘Armscor Model 1500 Rifle
23 ‘‘Beeman/HW 60–J–ST Bolt-Action Rifle
24 ‘‘BRNO ZKM 452 Deluxe
25 ‘‘BRNO ZKM–456 Lux Sporter 54
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘BRNO ZKM–452 Deluxe Bolt-Action Rifle
2 ‘‘Browning A-Bolt 22 Bolt-Action Rifle
3 ‘‘Browning A-Bolt Gold Medallion
4 ‘‘Browning T-Bolt Rimfire Rifles
5 ‘‘Cabanas Espronceda IV Bolt-Action Rifle
6 ‘‘Cabanas Leyre Bolt-Action Rifle
7 ‘‘Cabanas Master Bolt-Action Rifle
8 ‘‘Cabanas Phaser Rifle
9 ‘‘Chipmunk Single Shot Rifle
10 ‘‘Cooper Arms Model 36S Sporter Rifle
11 ‘‘Cooper Model 57–M Bolt Action Rifle
12 ‘‘CZ 452 Bolt Action Rifles
13 ‘‘Dakota 22 Sporter Bolt-Action Rifle
14 ‘‘Davey Crickett Single Shot Rifle
15 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Sportster
16 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Sportster 17
17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire
18 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Sportster Compact
19 ‘‘Henry ‘Mini’ Bolt Action Rifle
20 ‘‘Henry Acu-Bolt .22
21 ‘‘Henry Mini Bolt Youth .22
22 ‘‘Kimber Bolt Action .22 Rifles
23 ‘‘Krico Model 300 Bolt-Action Rifles
24 ‘‘Lakefield Arms Mark I Bolt-Action Rifle
25 ‘‘Lakefield Arms Mark II Bolt-Action Rifle 55
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Magtech Model MT Bolt Action Rifle
2 ‘‘Magtech Model MT–22C Bolt-Action Rifle
3 ‘‘Marlin Model 15YN ‘Little Buckaroo’
4 ‘‘Marlin Model 25MN Bolt-Action Rifle
5 ‘‘Marlin Model 25N Bolt-Action Repeater
6 ‘‘Marlin Model 880 Bolt-Action Rifle
7 ‘‘Marlin Model 881 Bolt-Action Rifle
8 ‘‘Marlin Model 882 Bolt-Action Rifle
9 ‘‘Marlin Model 883 Bolt-Action Rifle
10 ‘‘Marlin Model 883SS Bolt-Action Rifle
11 ‘‘Marlin Model 915 YN ‘Little Buckaroo’
12 ‘‘Marlin Model 915Y (Compact)
13 ‘‘Marlin Model 915YS (Compact)
14 ‘‘Marlin Model 917
15 ‘‘Marlin Model 917S
16 ‘‘Marlin Model 917V
17 ‘‘Marlin Model 917VR
18 ‘‘Marlin Model 917VS
19 ‘‘Marlin Model 917VS–CF
20 ‘‘Marlin Model 917VSF
21 ‘‘Marlin Model 917VST
22 ‘‘Marlin Model 917VT
23 ‘‘Marlin Model 925
24 ‘‘Marlin Model 925C
25 ‘‘Marlin Model 925M 56
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Marlin Model 925R
2 ‘‘Marlin Model 925RM
3 ‘‘Marlin Model 980S
4 ‘‘Marlin Model 980S–CF
5 ‘‘Marlin Model 981T
6 ‘‘Marlin Model 982 Bolt Action Rifle
7 ‘‘Marlin Model 982VS
8 ‘‘Marlin Model 982VS–CF
9 ‘‘Marlin Model 983
10 ‘‘Marlin Model 983S
11 ‘‘Marlin Model 983T
12 ‘‘Marlin Model XT-17 Series Bolt Action Rifles
13 ‘‘Marlin Model XT-22 Series Bolt Action Rifles
14 ‘‘Mauser Model 107 Bolt-Action Rifle
15 ‘‘Mauser Model 201 Bolt-Action Rifle
16 ‘‘Meacham Low-Wall Rifle
17 ‘‘Mossberg Model 801/802 Bolt Rifles
18 ‘‘Mossberg Model 817 Varmint Bolt Action
19 Rifle
20 ‘‘Navy Arms TU–33/40 Carbine
21 ‘‘Navy Arms TU–KKW Sniper Trainer
22 ‘‘Navy Arms TU–KKW Training Rifle
23 ‘‘New England Firearms Sportster Single Shot
24 Rifles
25 ‘‘Norinco JW–15 Bolt-Action Rifle 57
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Norinco JW–27 Bolt-Action Rifle
2 ‘‘Remington 40–XR Rimfire Custom Sporter
3 ‘‘Remington 541–T
4 ‘‘Remington 541–T HB Bolt-Action
5 ‘‘Rifle Remington 581–S Sportsman Rifle
6 ‘‘Remington Model Five
7 ‘‘Remington Model Five Youth
8 ‘‘Rossi Matched Pair Single Shot Rifle
9 ‘‘Ruger 77/17
10 ‘‘Ruger 77/22
11 ‘‘Ruger 77/22 Rimfire Bolt-Action Rifle
12 ‘‘Ruger 77/44
13 ‘‘Ruger K77/22 Varmint Rifle
14 ‘‘Savage CUB T Mini Youth
15 ‘‘Savage Mark I–G Bolt Action
16 ‘‘Savage Mark II Bolt Action Rifles
17 ‘‘Savage Model 30 G Stevens Favorite
18 ‘‘Savage Model 93 Rifles
19 ‘‘Thompson/Center Hotshot Youth Rifle
20 ‘‘Ultra Light Arms Model 20 RF Bolt-Action
21 Rifle
22 ‘‘Winchester Model 52B Sporting Rifle
23 ‘‘Winchester Wildcat Bolt Action Rifle 22
24 ‘‘COMPETITION RIFLES—CENTERFIRE & RIMFIRE
25 ‘‘Anschutz 1803D Intermediate Match 58
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Anschutz 1808D RT Super Match 54 Target
2 ‘‘Anschutz 1827B Biathlon Rifle
3 ‘‘Anschutz 1827BT Fortner Biathlon Rifle
4 ‘‘Anschutz 1903 Rifles
5 ‘‘Anschutz 1903D Match Rifle
6 ‘‘Anschutz 1907 Match Rifle
7 ‘‘Anschutz 1910 Super Match II
8 ‘‘Anschutz 1911 Match Rifle
9 ‘‘Anschutz 1912 Rifles
10 ‘‘Anschutz 1913 Super Match Rifle
11 ‘‘Anschutz 54.18MS REP Deluxe Silhouette
12 Rifle
13 ‘‘Anschutz 54.18MS Silhouette Rifle
14 ‘‘Anschutz 64 MP R Silhouette Rifle
15 ‘‘Anschutz 64–MS Left Silhouette
16 ‘‘Anschutz Super Match 54 Target Model 2007
17 ‘‘Anschutz Super Match 54 Target Model 2013
18 ‘‘Beeman/Feinwerkbau 2600 Target Rifle
19 ‘‘Cooper Arms Model TRP–1 ISU Standard
20 Rifle
21 ‘‘E.A.A./HW 60 Target Rifle
22 ‘‘E.A.A./HW 660 Match Rifle
23 ‘‘E.A.A./Weihrauch HW 60 Target Rifle
24 ‘‘Ed Brown Model 704, M40A2 Marine Sniper
25 ‘‘Finnish Lion Standard Target Rifle 59
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Krico Model 360 S2 Biathlon Rifle
2 ‘‘Krico Model 360S Biathlon Rifle
3 ‘‘Krico Model 400 Match Rifle
4 ‘‘Krico Model 500 Kricotronic Match Rifle
5 ‘‘Krico Model 600 Match Rifle
6 ‘‘Krico Model 600 Sniper Rifle
7 ‘‘Lakefield Arms Model 90B Target Rifle
8 ‘‘Lakefield Arms Model 91T Target Rifle
9 ‘‘Lakefield Arms Model 92S Silhouette Rifle
10 ‘‘Marlin Model 2000 Target Rifle
11 ‘‘Mauser Model 86–SR Specialty Rifle
12 ‘‘McMillan 300 Phoenix Long Range Rifle
13 ‘‘McMillan Long Range Rifle
14 ‘‘McMillan M–86 Sniper Rifle
15 ‘‘McMillan M–89 Sniper Rifle
16 ‘‘McMillan National Match Rifle
17 ‘‘Parker-Hale M–85 Sniper Rifle
18 ‘‘Parker-Hale M–87 Target Rifle
19 ‘‘Remington 40–X Bolt Action Rifles
20 ‘‘Remington 40–XB Rangemaster Target
21 Centerfire
22 ‘‘Remington 40–XBBR KS
23 ‘‘Remington 40–XC KS National Match Course
24 Rifle
25 ‘‘Remington 40–XR KS Rimfire Position Rifle 60
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Sako TRG–21 Bolt-Action Rifle
2 ‘‘Sako TRG–22 Bolt Action Rifle
3 ‘‘Springfield Armory M-1 Garand
4 ‘‘Steyr-Mannlicher SSG Rifles
5 ‘‘Steyr-Mannlicher Match SPG–UIT Rifle
6 ‘‘Steyr-Mannlicher SSG P–I Rifle
7 ‘‘Steyr-Mannlicher SSG P–II Rifle
8 ‘‘Steyr-Mannlicher SSG P–III Rifle
9 ‘‘Steyr-Mannlicher SSG P–IV Rifle
10 ‘‘Tanner 300 Meter Free Rifle
11 ‘‘Tanner 50 Meter Free Rifle
12 ‘‘Tanner Standard UIT Rifle
13 ‘‘Time Precision 22RF Bench Rifle
14 ‘‘Wichita Silhouette Rifle
15 ‘‘SHOTGUNS—AUTOLOADERS
16 ‘‘American Arms
17 ‘‘American Arms/Franchi Black Magic 48/AL
18 ‘‘Benelli Bimillionaire
19 ‘‘Benelli Black Eagle Competition Auto Shot-
20 gun
21 ‘‘Benelli Cordoba
22 ‘‘Benelli Executive Series
23 ‘‘Benelli Legacy Model
24 ‘‘Benelli M1
25 ‘‘Benelli M1 Defense 61
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Benelli M1 Tactical
2 ‘‘Benelli M1014 Limited Edition
3 ‘‘Benelli M2
4 ‘‘Benelli M2 Field Steady Grip
5 ‘‘Benelli M2 Practical
6 ‘‘Benelli M2 Tactical
7 ‘‘Benelli M2 American Series
8 ‘‘Benelli M3 Convertible
9 ‘‘Benelli M4 Models Vinci Steady Grip
10 ‘‘Benelli Montefeltro Super 90 20–Gauge Shot-
11 gun
12 ‘‘Benelli Montefeltro Super 90 Shotgun
13 ‘‘Benelli Raffaello Series Shotguns
14 ‘‘Benelli Sport Model
15 ‘‘Benelli Super 90 M1 Field Model
16 ‘‘Benelli Super Black Eagle II Models
17 ‘‘Benelli Super Black Eagle II Steady Grip
18 ‘‘Benelli Super Black Eagle Models
19 ‘‘Benelli Super Black Eagle Shotgun
20 ‘‘Benelli Super Black Eagle Slug Gun
21 ‘‘Benelli Super Vinci
22 ‘‘Benelli Supersport
23 ‘‘Benelli Two-Gun Sets
24 ‘‘Benelli Ultralight
25 ‘‘Benelli Vinci 62
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Beretta 390 Field Auto Shotgun
2 ‘‘Beretta 390 Super Trap, Super Skeet Shot-
3 guns
4 ‘‘Beretta 3901 Citizen
5 ‘‘Beretta 3901 Rifled Slug Gun
6 ‘‘Beretta 3901 Statesman
7 ‘‘Beretta A–303 Auto Shotgun
8 ‘‘Beretta A400 Series
9 ‘‘Beretta AL–2 Models
10 ‘‘Beretta AL–3 Deluxe Trap
11 ‘‘Beretta AL390 Series
12 ‘‘Beretta AL391 Teknys Gold
13 ‘‘Beretta AL391 Teknys Gold Sporting
14 ‘‘Beretta AL391 Teknys Gold Target
15 ‘‘Beretta AL391 Urika 2 Camo AP
16 ‘‘Beretta AL391 Urika 2 Camo Max–4
17 ‘‘Beretta AL391 Urika 2 Classic
18 ‘‘Beretta AL391 Urika 2 Gold
19 ‘‘Beretta AL391 Urika 2 Gold Sporting
20 ‘‘Beretta AL391 Urika 2 Parallel Target SL
21 ‘‘Beretta AL391 Urika 2 Sporting
22 ‘‘Beretta AL391 Urika 2 Synthetic
23 ‘‘Beretta ES100 Pintail Series
24 ‘‘Beretta Model 1200 Field
25 ‘‘Beretta Model 1201F Auto Shotgun 63
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Beretta Model 300
2 ‘‘Beretta Model 301 Series
3 ‘‘Beretta Model 302 Series
4 ‘‘Beretta Model 60
5 ‘‘Beretta Model 61
6 ‘‘Beretta Model A304 Lark
7 ‘‘Beretta Model AL391 Series
8 ‘‘Beretta Model TX4 Storm
9 ‘‘Beretta Silver Lark
10 ‘‘Beretta UGB25 Xcel
11 ‘‘Beretta Vittoria Auto Shotgun
12 ‘‘Beretta Xtrema2
13 ‘‘Breda Altair
14 ‘‘Breda Altair Special
15 ‘‘Breda Aries 2
16 ‘‘Breda Astro
17 ‘‘Breda Astrolux
18 ‘‘Breda Echo
19 ‘‘Breda Ermes Series
20 ‘‘Breda Gold Series
21 ‘‘Breda Grizzly
22 ‘‘Breda Mira
23 ‘‘Breda Standard Series
24 ‘‘Breda Xanthos
25 ‘‘Brolin BL–12 64
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Brolin SAS–12
2 ‘‘Browning A–500G Auto Shotgun
3 ‘‘Browning A–500G Sporting Clays
4 ‘‘Browning A–500R Auto Shotgun
5 ‘‘Browning Auto–5 Light 12 and 20
6 ‘‘Browning Auto–5 Magnum 12
7 ‘‘Browning Auto–5 Magnum 20
8 ‘‘Browning Auto–5 Stalker
9 ‘‘Browning B2000 Series
10 ‘‘Browning BSA 10 Auto Shotgun
11 ‘‘Browning BSA 10 Stalker Auto Shotgun
12 ‘‘Browning Gold Series
13 ‘‘Browning Maxus Series
14 ‘‘Charles Daly Field Grade Series
15 ‘‘Charles Daly Novamatic Series
16 ‘‘Charles Daly Tactical
17 ‘‘Churchill Regent
18 ‘‘Churchill Standard Model
19 ‘‘Churchill Turkey Automatic Shotgun
20 ‘‘Churchill Windsor
21 ‘‘Cosmi Automatic Shotgun
22 ‘‘CZ 712
23 ‘‘CZ 720
24 ‘‘CZ 912
25 ‘‘Escort Escort Series 65
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘European American Armory (EAA) Bundra
2 Series
3 ‘‘Fabarms Ellegi Series
4 ‘‘Fabarms Lion Series
5 ‘‘Fabarms Tactical
6 ‘‘FNH USA Model SLP
7 ‘‘Franchi 610VS
8 ‘‘Franchi 612 Series
9 ‘‘Franchi 620
10 ‘‘Franchi 712
11 ‘‘Franchi 720
12 ‘‘Franchi 912
13 ‘‘Franchi AL 48
14 ‘‘Franchi AL 48 Series
15 ‘‘Franchi Elite
16 ‘‘Franchi I–12 Inertia Series
17 ‘‘Franchi Prestige
18 ‘‘H&K Model 512
19 ‘‘H&R Manufrance
20 ‘‘H&R Model 403
21 ‘‘Hi-Standard 10A
22 ‘‘Hi-Standard 10B
23 ‘‘Hi-Standard Semi Automatic Model
24 ‘‘Hi-Standard Supermatic Series
25 ‘‘Ithaca Mag–10 66
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Ithaca Model 51 Series
2 ‘‘LaSalle Semi-automatic
3 ‘‘Ljutic Bi-matic Autoloader
4 ‘‘Luger Ultra-light Model
5 ‘‘Marlin SI 12 Series
6 ‘‘Maverick Model 60 Auto Shotgun
7 ‘‘Model AL–1
8 ‘‘Mossberg 1000
9 ‘‘Mossberg Model 600 Auto Shotgun
10 ‘‘Mossberg Model 930 All-Purpose Field
11 ‘‘Mossberg Model 930 Slugster
12 ‘‘Mossberg Model 930 Turkey
13 ‘‘Mossberg Model 930 Waterfowl
14 ‘‘Mossberg Model 935 Magnum Combos
15 ‘‘Mossberg Model 935 Magnum Flyway Series
16 Waterfowl
17 ‘‘Mossberg Model 935 Magnum Grand Slam Se-
18 ries Turkey
19 ‘‘Mossberg Model 935 Magnum Turkey
20 ‘‘Mossberg Model 935 Magnum Waterfowl
21 ‘‘New England Firearms Excell Auto Combo
22 ‘‘New England Firearms Excell Auto Synthetic
23 ‘‘New England Firearms Excell Auto Turkey
24 ‘‘New England Firearms Excell Auto Walnut
25 ‘‘New England Firearms Excell Auto Waterfowl 67
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Nighthawk Tactical Semi-auto
2 ‘‘Ottomanguns Sultan Series
3 ‘‘Remington 105Ti Series
4 ‘‘Remington 1100 20–Gauge Deer Gun
5 ‘‘Remington 1100 LT–20 Auto
6 ‘‘Remington 1100 LT–20 Tournament Skeet
7 ‘‘Remington 1100 Special Field
8 ‘‘Remington 11–48 Series
9 ‘‘Remington 11–96 Series
10 ‘‘Remington Model 105 Cti
11 ‘‘Remington Model 11 Series
12 ‘‘Remington Model 1100 Classic Trap
13 ‘‘Remington Model 1100 Competition
14 ‘‘Remington Model 1100 G3
15 ‘‘Remington Model 1100 G3
16 ‘‘Remington Model 1100 Series
17 ‘‘Remington Model 1100 Shotgun
18 ‘‘Remington Model 1100 Sporting Series
19 ‘‘Remington Model 11–87 Sportsman Camo
20 ‘‘Remington Model 11–87 Sportsman Super
21 Mag Synthetic
22 ‘‘Remington Model 11–87 Sportsman Super
23 Mag Waterfowl
24 ‘‘Remington Model 11–87 Sportsman Synthetic
25 ‘‘Remington Model 11–87 Sportsman Youth 68
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Remington Model 11–87 Sportsman Youth
2 Synthetic
3 ‘‘Remington Model 48 Series
4 ‘‘Remington Model 58 Series
5 ‘‘Remington Model 870 Classic Trap
6 ‘‘Remington Model 878A Automaster
7 ‘‘Remington Model SP–10 Magnum Satin
8 ‘‘Remington Model SP–10 Waterfowl
9 ‘‘Remington Model SPR453
10 ‘‘Remington Versa-Max Series
11 ‘‘ Savage Model 720
12 ‘‘Savage Model 726
13 ‘‘Savage Model 740C Skeet Gun
14 ‘‘Savage Model 745
15 ‘‘Savage Model 755 Series
16 ‘‘Savage Model 775 Series
17 ‘‘Scattergun Technologies K–9
18 ‘‘Scattergun Technologies SWAT
19 ‘‘Scattergun Technologies Urban Sniper Model
20 ‘‘SKB 1300 Upland
21 ‘‘SKB 1900
22 ‘‘SKB 300 Series
23 ‘‘SKB 900 Series
24 ‘‘SKS 3000
25 ‘‘Smith & Wesson Model 1000 69
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Smith & Wesson Model 1012 Series
2 ‘‘Spartan Gun Works SPR453
3 ‘‘TOZ Model H–170
4 ‘‘Tri-Star Diana Series
5 ‘‘Tri-Star Phantom Series
6 ‘‘Tri-Star Viper Series
7 ‘‘Tula Arms Plant TOZ 87
8 ‘‘Verona 401 Series
9 ‘‘Verona 405 Series
10 ‘‘Verona 406 Series
11 ‘‘Verona SX801 Series
12 ‘‘Weatherby Centurion Series
13 ‘‘Weatherby Field Grade
14 ‘‘Weatherby Model 82
15 ‘‘Weatherby SA–08 Series
16 ‘‘Weatherby SA–459 TR
17 ‘‘Weatherby SAS Series
18 ‘‘Winchester 1500
19 ‘‘Winchester Model 50
20 ‘‘Winchester Model 59
21 ‘‘Winchester Super X1 Series
22 ‘‘Winchester Super X2 Series
23 ‘‘Winchester Super X3 Series
24 ‘‘SHOTGUNS—SLIDE ACTIONS
25 ‘‘ ADCO Diamond Grade 70
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘ADCO Diamond Series Shotguns
2 ‘‘ADCO Mariner Model
3 ‘‘ADCO Sales Inc. Gold Elite Series
4 ‘‘Armscor M–30 Series
5 ‘‘Armscor M–5
6 ‘‘Baikal IZH–81
7 ‘‘Baikal MP133
8 ‘‘Benelli Nova Series
9 ‘‘Benelli Supernova Series
10 ‘‘Beretta Ariete Standard
11 ‘‘Beretta Gold Pigeon Pump
12 ‘‘Beretta Model SL–12
13 ‘‘Beretta Ruby Pigeon Pump
14 ‘‘Beretta Silver Pigeon Pump
15 ‘‘Brolin Field Series
16 ‘‘Brolin Lawman Model
17 ‘‘Brolin Slug Special
18 ‘‘Brolin Slugmaster
19 ‘‘Brolin Turkey Master
20 ‘‘Browning BPS Game Gun Deer Special
21 ‘‘Browning BPS Game Gun Turkey Special
22 ‘‘Browning BPS Pigeon Grade Pump Shotgun
23 ‘‘Browning BPS Pump Shotgun
24 ‘‘Browning BPS Pump Shotgun (Ladies and
25 Youth Model) 71
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Browning BPS Series Pump Shotgun
2 ‘‘Browning BPS Stalker Pump Shotgun
3 ‘‘Browning Model 12 Limited Edition Series
4 ‘‘Browning Model 42 Pump Shotgun
5 ‘‘Century IJ12 Slide Action
6 ‘‘Century Ultra 87 Slide Action
7 ‘‘Charles Daly Field Hunter
8 ‘‘Ducks Unlimited Dinner Guns
9 ‘‘EAA Model PM2
10 ‘‘Escort Field Series
11 ‘‘Fort Worth Firearms GL18
12 ‘‘H&R Pardner Pump
13 ‘‘Hi-Standard Flite-King Series
14 ‘‘Hi-Standard Model 200
15 ‘‘Interstate Arms Model 981
16 ‘‘Interstate Arms Model 982T
17 ‘‘Ithaca Deerslayer II Rifled Shotgun
18 ‘‘Ithaca Model 87 Deerslayer Shotgun
19 ‘‘Ithaca Model 87 Deluxe Pump Shotgun
20 ‘‘Ithaca Model 87 Series Shotguns
21 ‘‘Ithaca Model 87 Supreme Pump Shotgun
22 ‘‘Ithaca Model 87 Turkey Gun
23 ‘‘Magtech Model 586–VR Pump Shotgun
24 ‘‘Maverick Models 88, 91 Pump Shotguns
25 ‘‘Mossberg 200 Series Shotgun 72
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Mossberg 3000 Pump shotgun
2 ‘‘Mossberg 535 ATS Series Pump Shotguns
3 ‘‘Mossberg Field Grade Model 835 Pump Shot-
4 gun
5 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 All Purpose Field
6 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Bantam
7 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Bantam Combo
8 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Bantam Pump
9 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Camo Pump
10 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Combos
11 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Flyway Series Waterfowl
12 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Grand Slam Series Tur-
13 key
14 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Muzzleloader
15 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Muzzleloader Combo
16 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Series Pump Shotguns
17 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Slugster
18 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Sporting Pump
19 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Super Bantam All Pur-
20 pose Field
21 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Super Bantam Combo
22 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Super Bantam Slug
23 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Super Bantam Turkey
24 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Trophy Slugster
25 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Turkey 73
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Mossberg Model 500 Waterfowl
2 ‘‘Mossberg Model 505 Series Pump Shotguns
3 ‘‘Mossberg Model 505 Youth All Purpose Field
4 ‘‘Mossberg Model 535 ATS All Purpose Field
5 ‘‘Mossberg Model 535 ATS Combos
6 ‘‘Mossberg Model 535 ATS Slugster
7 ‘‘Mossberg Model 535 ATS Turkey
8 ‘‘Mossberg Model 535 ATS Waterfowl
9 ‘‘Mossberg Model 835 Regal Ulti-Mag Pump
10 ‘‘Mossberg Model 835 Series Pump Shotguns
11 ‘‘Mossberg Model 835 Ulti-Mag
12 ‘‘Mossberg Turkey Model 500 Pump
13 ‘‘National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF)
14 Banquet/Guns of the Year
15 ‘‘New England Firearms Pardner Pump Combo
16 ‘‘New England Firearms Pardner Pump Field
17 ‘‘New England Firearms Pardner Pump Slug
18 Gun
19 ‘‘New England Firearms Pardner Pump Syn-
20 thetic
21 ‘‘New England Firearms Pardner Pump Turkey
22 Gun
23 ‘‘New England Firearms Pardner Pump Wal-
24 nut 74
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘New England Firearms Pardner Pump-Com-
2 pact Field
3 ‘‘New England Firearms Pardner Pump-Com-
4 pact Synthetic
5 ‘‘New England Firearms Pardner Pump-Com-
6 pact Walnut
7 ‘‘Norinco Model 98 Field Series
8 ‘‘Norinco Model 983
9 ‘‘Norinco Model 984
10 ‘‘Norinco Model 985
11 ‘‘Norinco Model 987
12 ‘‘Orvis Grand Vazir Series
13 ‘‘Quail Unlimited Limited Edition Pump Shot-
14 guns
15 ‘‘Remington 870 Express
16 ‘‘Remington 870 Express Rifle Sighted Deer
17 Gun
18 ‘‘Remington 870 Express Series Pump Shot-
19 guns
20 ‘‘Remington 870 Express Turkey
21 ‘‘Remington 870 High Grade Series
22 ‘‘Remington 870 High Grades
23 ‘‘Remington 870 Marine Magnum
24 ‘‘Remington 870 Special Field
25 ‘‘Remington 870 Special Purpose Deer Gun 75
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Remington 870 Special Purpose Synthetic
2 Camo
3 ‘‘Remington 870 SPS Special Purpose Magnum
4 ‘‘Remington 870 SPS–BG–Camo Deer/Turkey
5 Shotgun
6 ‘‘Remington 870 SPS–Deer Shotgun
7 ‘‘Remington 870 SPS–T Camo Pump Shotgun
8 ‘‘Remington 870 TC Trap
9 ‘‘Remington 870 Wingmaster
10 ‘‘Remington 870 Wingmaster Series
11 ‘‘Remington 870 Wingmaster Small Gauges
12 ‘‘Remington Model 11–87 XCS Super Magnum
13 Waterfowl
14 ‘‘Remington Model 870 Ducks Unlimited Series
15 Dinner Pump Shotguns
16 ‘‘Remington Model 870 Express
17 ‘‘Remington Model 870 Express JR.
18 ‘‘Remington Model 870 Express Shurshot Syn-
19 thetic Cantilever
20 ‘‘Remington Model 870 Express Super Magnum
21 ‘‘Remington Model 870 Express Synthetic
22 ‘‘Remington Model 870 Express Youth Gun
23 ‘‘Remington Model 870 Express Youth Syn-
24 thetic 76
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Remington Model 870 SPS Shurshot Syn-
2 thetic Cantilever
3 ‘‘Remington Model 870 SPS Shurshot Syn-
4 thetic Turkey
5 ‘‘Remington Model 870 SPS Special Purpose
6 Magnum Series Pump Shotguns
7 ‘‘Remington Model 870 SPS Super Mag Max
8 Gobbler
9 ‘‘Remington Model 870 XCS Marine Magnum
10 ‘‘Remington Model 870 XCS Super Magnum
11 ‘‘Winchester 12 Commercial Riot Gun
12 ‘‘Winchester 97 Commercial Riot Gun
13 ‘‘Winchester Model 12 Pump Shotgun
14 ‘‘Winchester Model 120 Ranger
15 ‘‘Winchester Model 1200 Series Shotgun
16 ‘‘Winchester Model 1300 Ranger Pump Gun
17 ‘‘Winchester Model 1300 Ranger Pump Gun
18 Combo & Deer Gun
19 ‘‘Winchester Model 1300 Series Shotgun
20 ‘‘Winchester Model 1300 Slug Hunter Deer
21 Gun
22 ‘‘Winchester Model 1300 Turkey Gun
23 ‘‘Winchester Model 1300 Walnut Pump
24 ‘‘Winchester Model 42 High Grade Shotgun
25 ‘‘Winchester Speed Pump Defender 77
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Winchester SXP Series Pump Shotgun
2 ‘‘Zoli Pump Action Shotgun
3 ‘‘SHOTGUNS—OVER/UNDERS
4 ‘‘ADCO Sales Diamond Series Shotguns
5 ‘‘American Arms/Franchi Falconet 2000 O/U
6 ‘‘ American Arms Lince
7 ‘‘American Arms Silver I O/U
8 ‘‘American Arms Silver II Shotgun
9 ‘‘American Arms Silver Skeet O/U
10 ‘‘American Arms Silver Sporting O/U
11 ‘‘American Arms Silver Trap O/U
12 ‘‘American Arms WS/OU 12, TS/OU 12 Shot-
13 guns
14 ‘‘American Arms WT/OU 10 Shotgun
15 ‘‘American Arms/Franchi Sporting 2000 O/U
16 ‘‘Armsport 2700 O/U Goose Gun
17 ‘‘Armsport 2700 Series O/U
18 ‘‘Armsport 2900 Tri-Barrel Shotgun
19 ‘‘AYA Augusta
20 ‘‘AYA Coral A
21 ‘‘AYA Coral B
22 ‘‘AYA Excelsior
23 ‘‘AYA Model 37 Super
24 ‘‘AYA Model 77
25 ‘‘AYA Model 79 Series 78
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Baby Bretton Over/Under Shotgun
2 ‘‘Baikal IZH27
3 ‘‘Baikal MP310
4 ‘‘Baikal MP333
5 ‘‘Baikal MP94
6 ‘‘Beretta 90 DE LUXE
7 ‘‘Beretta 682 Gold E Skeet
8 ‘‘Beretta 682 Gold E Trap
9 ‘‘Beretta 682 Gold E Trap Bottom Single
10 ‘‘Beretta 682 Series
11 ‘‘Beretta 682 Super Sporting O/U
12 ‘‘Beretta 685 Series
13 ‘‘Beretta 686 Series
14 ‘‘Beretta 686 White Onyx
15 ‘‘Beretta 686 White Onyx Sporting
16 ‘‘Beretta 687 EELL Classic
17 ‘‘Beretta 687 EELL Diamond Pigeon
18 ‘‘Beretta 687 EELL Diamond Pigeon Sporting
19 ‘‘Beretta 687 series
20 ‘‘Beretta 687EL Sporting O/U
21 ‘‘ Beretta Alpha Series
22 ‘‘Beretta America Standard
23 ‘‘Beretta AS
24 ‘‘Beretta ASE 90 Competition O/U Shotgun
25 ‘‘Beretta ASE 90 Gold Skeet 79
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Beretta ASE Gold
2 ‘‘Beretta ASE Series
3 ‘‘Beretta ASEL
4 ‘‘Beretta BL Sereis
5 ‘‘Beretta DT10 Series
6 ‘‘Beretta DT10 Trident EELL
7 ‘‘Beretta DT10 Trident L Sporting
8 ‘‘Beretta DT10 Trident Skeet
9 ‘‘Beretta DT10 Trident Sporting
10 ‘‘Beretta DT10 Trident Trap Combo
11 ‘‘Beretta Europa
12 ‘‘Beretta Field Shotguns
13 ‘‘Beretta Gamma Series
14 ‘‘Beretta Giubileo
15 ‘‘Beretta Grade Four
16 ‘‘Beretta Grade One
17 ‘‘Beretta Grade Three
18 ‘‘Beretta Grade Two
19 ‘‘Beretta Milano
20 ‘‘Beretta Model 686 Ultralight O/U
21 ‘‘Beretta Model SO5, SO6, SO9 Shotguns
22 ‘‘Beretta Onyx Hunter Sport O/U Shotgun
23 ‘‘Beretta Over/Under Field Shotguns
24 ‘‘Beretta Royal Pigeon
25 ‘‘Beretta S56 Series 80
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Beretta S58 Series
2 ‘‘Beretta Series 682 Competition Over/Unders
3 ‘‘Beretta Silver Pigeon II
4 ‘‘Beretta Silver Pigeon II Sporting
5 ‘‘Beretta Silver Pigeon III
6 ‘‘Beretta Silver Pigeon III Sporting
7 ‘‘Beretta Silver Pigeon IV
8 ‘‘Beretta Silver Pigeon S
9 ‘‘Beretta Silver Pigeon V
10 ‘‘Beretta Silver Snipe
11 ‘‘Beretta Skeet Set
12 ‘‘Beretta SO-1
13 ‘‘Beretta SO-2
14 ‘‘Beretta SO-3
15 ‘‘Beretta SO-4
16 ‘‘Beretta SO5
17 ‘‘Beretta SO6 EELL
18 ‘‘Beretta SO-10
19 ‘‘Beretta SO10 EELL
20 ‘‘ Beretta Sporting Clay Shotguns
21 ‘‘Beretta SV10 Perennia
22 ‘‘Beretta Ultralight
23 ‘‘Beretta Ultralight Deluxe
24 ‘‘Bertuzzi Zeus
25 ‘‘Bertuzzi Zeus Series 81
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Beschi Boxlock Model
2 ‘‘Big Bear Arms IJ-39
3 ‘‘Big Bear Arms Sterling Series
4 ‘‘Big Bear IJ-27
5 ‘‘Blaser F3 Series
6 ‘‘Bosis Challenger Titanium
7 ‘‘Bosis Laura
8 ‘‘Bosis Michaelangelo
9 ‘‘Bosis Wild Series
10 ‘‘Boss Custom Over/Under Shotguns
11 ‘‘Boss Merlin
12 ‘‘Boss Pendragon
13 ‘‘Breda Pegaso Series
14 ‘‘Breda Sirio Standard
15 ‘‘Breda Vega Series
16 ‘‘Bretton Baby Standard
17 ‘‘Bretton Sprint Deluxe
18 ‘‘BRNO 500/501
19 ‘‘BRNO 502
20 ‘‘BRNO 801 Series
21 ‘‘BRNO 802 Series
22 ‘‘BRNO BS-571
23 ‘‘BRNO BS-572
24 ‘‘BRNO ZH-300
25 ‘‘BRNO ZH-301 82
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘BRNO ZH-302
2 ‘‘BRNO ZH-303
3 ‘‘Browning 325 Sporting Clays
4 ‘‘Browning 625 Series
5 ‘‘Browning 725 Series
6 ‘‘Browning B-25 Series
7 ‘‘Browning B-26 Series
8 ‘‘Browning B-27 Series
9 ‘‘Browning B-125 Custom Shop Series
10 ‘‘Browning Citori 525 Series
11 ‘‘Browning Citori GTI Sporting Clays
12 ‘‘Browning Citori Lightning Series
13 ‘‘Browning Citori O/U Shotgun
14 ‘‘Browning Citori O/U Skeet Models
15 ‘‘Browning Citori O/U Trap Models
16 ‘‘Browning Citori Plus Trap Combo
17 ‘‘Browning Citori Plus Trap Gun
18 ‘‘Browning Cynergy Series
19 ‘‘Browning Diana Grade
20 ‘‘Browning Lightning Sporting Clays
21 ‘‘Browning Micro Citori Lightning
22 ‘‘Browning Midas Grade
23 ‘‘Browning Special Sporting Clays
24 ‘‘Browning Sporter Model
25 ‘‘Browning ST-100 83
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Browning Superlight Citori Over/Under
2 ‘‘Browning Superlight Citori Series
3 ‘‘Browning Superlight Feather
4 ‘‘Browning Superposed Pigeon Grade
5 ‘‘Browning Superposed Standard
6 ‘‘BSA Falcon
7 ‘‘BSA O/U
8 ‘‘BSA Silver Eagle
9 ‘‘Cabela’s Volo
10 ‘‘Caprinus Sweden Model
11 ‘‘Centurion Over/Under Shotgun
12 ‘‘Century Arms Arthemis
13 ‘‘Chapuis Over/Under Shotgun
14 ‘‘ Charles Daly Country Squire Model
15 ‘‘Charles Daly Deluxe Model
16 ‘‘Charles Daly Diamond Series
17 ‘‘Charles Daly Empire Series
18 ‘‘Charles Daly Field Grade O/U
19 ‘‘Charles Daly Lux Over/Under
20 ‘‘Charles Daly Maxi-Mag
21 ‘‘Charles Daly Model 105
22 ‘‘Charles Daly Model 106
23 ‘‘Charles Daly Model 206
24 ‘‘Charles Daly Over/Under Shotguns, Japanese
25 Manufactured 84
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Charles Daly Over/Under Shotguns, Prussian
2 Manufactured
3 ‘‘Charles Daly Presentation Model
4 ‘‘Charles Daly Sporting Clays Model
5 ‘‘Charles Daly Superior Model
6 ‘‘Charles Daly UL
7 ‘‘Churchill Imperial Model
8 ‘‘Churchill Monarch
9 ‘‘Churchill Premiere Model
10 ‘‘Churchill Regent Trap and Skeet
11 ‘‘Churchill Regent V
12 ‘‘Churchill Sporting Clays
13 ‘‘Churchill Windsor III
14 ‘‘Churchill Windsor IV
15 ‘‘Classic Doubles Model 101 Series
16 ‘‘Cogswell & Harrison Woodward Type
17 ‘‘Connecticut Shotgun Company A. Galazan
18 Model
19 ‘‘Connecticut Shotgun Company A-10 American
20 ‘‘Connecticut Valley Classics Classic Field
21 Waterfowler
22 ‘‘Connecticut Valley Classics Classic Sporter O/
23 U
24 ‘‘Continental Arms Centaure Series
25 ‘‘Cortona Over/Under Shotguns 85
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘CZ 581 Solo
2 ‘‘CZ Canvasback 103D
3 ‘‘CZ Limited Edition
4 ‘‘CZ Mallard 104A
5 ‘‘CZ Redhead Deluxe 103FE
6 ‘‘CZ Sporting
7 ‘‘CZ Super Scroll Limited Edition
8 ‘‘CZ Upland Ultralight
9 ‘‘CZ Wingshooter
10 ‘‘Dakin Arms Model 170
11 ‘‘Darne SB1
12 ‘‘Darne SB2
13 ‘‘Darne SB3
14 ‘‘Depar ATAK
15 ‘‘Doumoulin Superposed Express
16 ‘‘Ducks Unlimited Dinner Guns / Guns of the
17 Year, Over/ Under Models
18 ‘‘Dumoulin Boss Royal Superposed
19 ‘‘E.A.A, Falcon
20 ‘‘E.A.A. Scirocco Series
21 ‘‘E.A.A./Sabatti Falcon-Mon Over/Under
22 ‘‘E.A.A./Sabatti Sporting Clays Pro-Gold O/U
23 ‘‘ERA Over/Under
24 ‘‘Famars di Abbiatico & Salvinelli Aries
25 ‘‘Famars di Abbiatico & Salvinelli Castrone 86
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Famars di Abbiatico & Salvinelli Dove Gun
2 ‘‘Famars di Abbiatico & Salvinelli Excaliber Se-
3 ries
4 ‘‘Famars di Abbiatico & Salvinelli Jorema
5 ‘‘Famars di Abbiatico & Salvinelli Leonardo
6 ‘‘Famars di Abbiatico & Salvinelli Pegasus
7 ‘‘Famars di Abbiatico & Salvinelli Posiden
8 ‘‘Famars di Abbiatico & Salvinelli Quail Gun
9 ‘‘Famars di Abbiatico & Salvinelli Royal
10 ‘‘Famars di Abbiatico & Salvinelli Royale
11 ‘‘Fausti Boutique Series
12 ‘‘Fausti Caledon Series
13 ‘‘Fausti Class Series
14 ‘‘Ferlib Boss Model
15 ‘‘Finnclassic 512 Series
16 ‘‘Franchi 2004 Trap
17 ‘‘Franchi 2005 Combination Trap
18 ‘‘Franchi Alcione Series
19 ‘‘Franchi Aristocrat Series
20 ‘‘Franchi Black Majic
21 ‘‘Franchi Falconet Series
22 ‘‘Franchi Instict Series
23 ‘‘Franchi Model 2003 Trap
24 ‘‘Franchi Renaissance Series
25 ‘‘Franchi Sporting 2000 87
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Franchi Undergun Model 3000
2 ‘‘Franchi Veloce Series
3 ‘‘Galef Golden Snipe
4 ‘‘Galef Silver Snipe
5 ‘‘Golden Eagle Model 5000 Series
6 ‘‘Griffon & Howe Black Ram
7 ‘‘Griffon & Howe Broadway
8 ‘‘Griffon & Howe Claremont
9 ‘‘Griffon & Howe Madison
10 ‘‘Griffon & Howe Silver Ram
11 ‘‘Griffon & Howe Superbrite
12 ‘‘ Guerini Apex Series
13 ‘‘Guerini Challenger Sporting
14 ‘‘Guerini Ellipse Evo
15 ‘‘Guerini Ellipse Evolution Sporting
16 ‘‘Guerini Ellipse Limited
17 ‘‘Guerini Essex Field
18 ‘‘Guerini Flyaway
19 ‘‘Guerini Forum Series
20 ‘‘Guerini Magnus Series
21 ‘‘Guerini Maxum Series
22 ‘‘Guerini Summit Series
23 ‘‘Guerini Tempio
24 ‘‘Guerini Woodlander
25 ‘‘H&R Harrich #1 88
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘H&R Model 1212
2 ‘‘H&R Model 1212WF
3 ‘‘H&R Pinnacle
4 ‘‘Hatfields Hatfield Model 1 of 100
5 ‘‘Heym Model 55 F
6 ‘‘Heym Model 55 SS
7 ‘‘Heym Model 200
8 ‘‘Holland & Holland Royal Series
9 ‘‘Holland & Holland Sporting Model
10 ‘‘IGA 2000 Series
11 ‘‘IGA Hunter Series
12 ‘‘IGA Trap Series
13 ‘‘IGA Turkey Series
14 ‘‘ IGA Waterfowl Series
15 ‘‘K.F.C E-2 Trap/Skeet
16 ‘‘K.F.C. Field Gun
17 ‘‘Kassnar Grade I O/U Shotgun
18 ‘‘KDF Condor Khan Arthemis Field/Deluxe
19 ‘‘Kimber Augusta Series
20 ‘‘Kimber Marias Series
21 ‘‘Krieghoff K–80 Four-Barrel Skeet Set
22 ‘‘Krieghoff K–80 International Skeet
23 ‘‘Krieghoff K–80 O/U Trap Shotgun
24 ‘‘Krieghoff K–80 Skeet Shotgun
25 ‘‘Krieghoff K–80 Sporting Clays O/U 89
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Krieghoff K–80/RT Shotguns
2 ‘‘Krieghoff Model 20 Sporting/Field
3 ‘‘Krieghoff Model 32 Series
4 ‘‘Lames Field Model
5 ‘‘Lames Skeet Model
6 ‘‘Lames Standard Model
7 ‘‘Lames California Model
8 ‘‘Laurona Model 67
9 ‘‘Laurona Model 82 Series
10 ‘‘Laurona Model 83 Series
11 ‘‘Laurona Model 84 Series
12 ‘‘Laurona Model 85 Series
13 ‘‘Laurona Model 300 Series
14 ‘‘Laurona Silhouette 300 Sporting Clays
15 ‘‘Laurona Silhouette 300 Trap
16 ‘‘Laurona Super Model Over/Unders
17 ‘‘Lebeau Baron Series
18 ‘‘Lebeau Boss Verres
19 ‘‘Lebeau Boxlock with sideplates
20 ‘‘Lebeau Sidelock
21 ‘‘Lebeau Versailles
22 ‘‘Lippard Custom Over/Under Shotguns
23 ‘‘Ljutic LM–6 Deluxe O/U Shotgun
24 ‘‘Longthorne Hesketh Game Gun
25 ‘‘Longthorne Sporter 90
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Marlin Model 90
2 ‘‘Marocchi Avanza O/U Shotgun
3 ‘‘Marocchi Conquista Over/Under Shotgun
4 ‘‘Marocchi Conquista Series
5 ‘‘Marocchi Model 100
6 ‘‘Marocchi Model 99
7 ‘‘Maverick HS-12 Tactical
8 ‘‘Maverick Hunter Field Model
9 ‘‘McMillan Over/Under Sidelock
10 ‘‘Merkel 201 Series
11 ‘‘Merkel 2016 Series
12 ‘‘Merkel 2116 EL Sidelock
13 ‘‘Merkel 303EL Luxus
14 ‘‘Merkel Model 100
15 ‘‘Merkel Model 101
16 ‘‘Merkel Model 101E
17 ‘‘Merkel Model 200E O/U Shotgun
18 ‘‘Merkel Model 200E Skeet, Trap Over/Unders
19 ‘‘Merkel Model 200SC Sporting Clays
20 ‘‘Merkel Model 203E, 303E Over/Under Shot-
21 guns
22 ‘‘Merkel Model 204E
23 ‘‘Merkel Model 210
24 ‘‘Merkel Model 301
25 ‘‘Merkel Model 302 91
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Merkel Model 304E
2 ‘‘Merkel Model 310E
3 ‘‘Merkel Model 400
4 ‘‘Merkel Model 400E
5 ‘‘Merkel Model 2000 Series
6 ‘‘Mossberg Onyx Reserve Field
7 ‘‘Mossberg Onyx Reserve Sporting
8 ‘‘Mossberg Silver Reserve Field
9 ‘‘Mossberg Silver Reserve Series
10 ‘‘Mossberg Silver Reserve Sporting
11 ‘‘Norinco Type HL12-203
12 ‘‘Omega Standard Over/Under Model
13 ‘‘Orvis Field
14 ‘‘Orvis Knockabout
15 ‘‘Orvis Premier Grade
16 ‘‘Orvis SKB Green Mountain Uplander
17 ‘‘Orvis Sporting Clays
18 ‘‘Orvis Super Field
19 ‘‘Orvis Uplander
20 ‘‘Orvis Waterfowler
21 ‘‘Pederson Model 1000 Series
22 ‘‘Pederson Model 1500 Series
23 ‘‘Perazzi Boxlock Action Hunting
24 ‘‘Perazzi Competition Series
25 ‘‘Perazzi Electrocibles 92
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Perazzi Granditalia
2 ‘‘Perazzi Mirage Special Four-Gauge Skeet
3 ‘‘Perazzi Mirage Special Skeet Over/Under
4 ‘‘Perazzi Mirage Special Sporting O/U
5 ‘‘Perazzi MS80
6 ‘‘Perazzi MT-6
7 ‘‘Perazzi MX1/MX2
8 ‘‘Perazzi MX3
9 ‘‘Perazzi MX4
10 ‘‘ Perazzi MX5
11 ‘‘Perazzi MX6
12 ‘‘Perazzi MX7 Over/Under Shotguns
13 ‘‘Perazzi MX8/20 Over/Under Shotgun
14 ‘‘Perazzi MX8/MX8 Special Trap, Skeet
15 ‘‘Perazzi MX9 Single Over/Under Shotguns
16 ‘‘Perazzi MX10
17 ‘‘Perazzi MX11
18 ‘‘Perazzi MX12 Hunting Over/Under
19 ‘‘Perazzi MX14
20 ‘‘Perazzi MX16
21 ‘‘Perazzi MX20 Hunting Over/Under
22 ‘‘ Perazzi MX28, MX410 Game O/U Shotguns
23 ‘‘Perazzi MX2000
24 ‘‘Perazzi MX2005
25 ‘‘Perazzi MX2008 93
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Perazzi Sidelock Action Hunting
2 ‘‘Perazzi Sporting Classic O/U
3 ‘‘Perugini Maestro Series
4 ‘‘Perugini Michelangelo
5 ‘‘Perugini Nova Boss
6 ‘‘Pietro Zanoletti Model 2000 Field O/U
7 ‘‘Piotti Boss Over/Under Shotgun
8 ‘‘Pointer Italian Model
9 ‘‘Pointer Turkish Model
10 ‘‘Remington 396 Series
11 ‘‘Remington 3200 Series
12 ‘‘Remington Model 32 Series
13 ‘‘Remington Model 300 Ideal
14 ‘‘Remington Model 332 Series
15 ‘‘ Remington Model SPR310
16 ‘‘Remington Model SPR310N
17 ‘‘Remington Model SPR310S
18 ‘‘Remington Peerless Over/Under Shotgun
19 ‘‘Remington Premier Field
20 ‘‘Remington Premier Ruffed Grouse
21 ‘‘Remington Premier Series
22 ‘‘Remington Premier STS Competition
23 ‘‘Remington Premier Upland
24 ‘‘Richland Arms Model 41
25 ‘‘Richland Arms Model 747 94
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Richland Arms Model 757
2 ‘‘Richland Arms Model 787
3 ‘‘Richland Arms Model 808
4 ‘‘Richland Arms Model 810
5 ‘‘Richland Arms Model 828
6 ‘‘Rigby 401 Sidelock
7 ‘‘Rota Model 650
8 ‘‘Rota Model 72 Series
9 ‘‘Royal American Model 100
10 ‘‘Ruger Red Label O/U Shotgun
11 ‘‘Ruger Sporting Clays O/U Shotgun
12 ‘‘Ruger Woodside Shotgun
13 ‘‘Rutten Model RM 100
14 ‘‘Rutten Model RM285
15 ‘‘S.I.A.C.E. Evolution
16 ‘‘S.I.A.C.E. Model 66C
17 ‘‘S.I.A.C.E.600T Lusso EL
18 ‘‘San Marco 10–Ga. O/U Shotgun
19 ‘‘San Marco 12–Ga. Wildflower Shotgun
20 ‘‘San Marco Field Special O/U Shotgun
21 ‘‘Sauer Model 66 Series
22 ‘‘Savage Model 242
23 ‘‘Savage Model 420/430
24 ‘‘Sig Sauer Aurora Series
25 ‘‘Sig Sauer SA-3 95
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Sig Sauer SA-5
2 ‘‘Silma Model 70 Series
3 ‘‘SKB Model 85 Series
4 ‘‘SKB Model 500 Series
5 ‘‘SKB Model 505 Deluxe Over/Under Shotgun
6 ‘‘SKB Model 505 Series
7 ‘‘SKB Model 600 Series
8 ‘‘SKB Model 605 Series
9 ‘‘SKB Model 680 Series
10 ‘‘SKB Model 685 Over/Under Shotgun
11 ‘‘SKB Model 685 Series
12 ‘‘SKB Model 700 Series
13 ‘‘SKB Model 785 Series
14 ‘‘SKB Model 800 Series
15 ‘‘SKB Model 880 Series
16 ‘‘SKB Model 885 Over/Under Trap, Skeet,
17 Sporting Clays
18 ‘‘SKB Model 885 Series
19 ‘‘SKB Model 5600 Series
20 ‘‘SKB Model 5700 Series
21 ‘‘SKB Model 5800 Series
22 ‘‘SKB Model GC-7 Series
23 ‘‘Spartan SPR310/320
24 ‘‘Stevens Model 240
25 ‘‘Stevens Model 512 96
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Stoeger/IGA Condor I O/U Shotgun
2 ‘‘Stoeger/IGA ERA 2000 Over/Under Shotgun
3 ‘‘Techni-Mec Model 610 Over/Under
4 ‘‘Tikka Model 412S Field Grade Over/Under
5 ‘‘Traditions 350 Series Traditions Classic Field
6 Series
7 ‘‘Traditions Classic Upland Series
8 ‘‘Traditions Gold Wing Series
9 ‘‘Traditions Real 16 Series
10 ‘‘Tri Star Model 330 Series
11 ‘‘Tri-Star Hunter EX
12 ‘‘Tri-Star Model 300
13 ‘‘Tri-Star Model 333 Series
14 ‘‘Tri-Star Setter Model
15 ‘‘Tri-Star Silver Series
16 ‘‘Tri-Star Sporting Model
17 ‘‘TULA 120
18 ‘‘TULA 200
19 ‘‘TULA TOZ34
20 ‘‘Universal 7112
21 ‘‘Universal 7312
22 ‘‘Universal 7412
23 ‘‘Universal 7712
24 ‘‘Universal 7812
25 ‘‘Universal 7912 97
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Verona 501 Series
2 ‘‘Verona 680 Series
3 ‘‘Verona 702 Series
4 ‘‘Verona LX692 Series
5 ‘‘Verona LX980 Series
6 ‘‘Weatherby Athena Grade IV O/U Shotguns
7 ‘‘Weatherby Athena Grade V Classic Field O/U
8 ‘‘Weatherby Athena Series
9 ‘‘Weatherby Classic Field Models
10 ‘‘Weatherby II, III Classic Field O/Us
11 ‘‘Weatherby Orion II Classic Sporting Clays O/
12 U
13 ‘‘Weatherby Orion II series
14 ‘‘Weatherby Orion II Sporting Clays O/U
15 ‘‘Weatherby Orion III Series
16 ‘‘Weatherby Orion O/U Shotguns
17 ‘‘Winchester Model 91
18 ‘‘Winchester Model 96
19 ‘‘Winchester Model 99
20 ‘‘Winchester Model 101 All Models and Grades
21 ‘‘Winchester Model 1001 O/U Shotgun
22 ‘‘Winchester Model 1001 Series
23 ‘‘Winchester Model 1001 Sporting Clays O/U
24 ‘‘ Winchester Model G5500
25 ‘‘Winchester Model G6500 98
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Winchester Select Series
2 ‘‘Zoli Condor
3 ‘‘Zoli Deluxe Model
4 ‘‘Zoli Dove
5 ‘‘Zoli Field Special
6 ‘‘Zoli Pigeon Model
7 ‘‘Zoli Silver Snipe
8 ‘‘Zoli Snipe
9 ‘‘Zoli Special Model
10 ‘‘Zoli Target Series
11 ‘‘Zoli Texas
12 ‘‘Zoli Z Series
13 ‘‘Zoli Z-90 Series
14 ‘‘Zoli Z-Sport Series
15 ‘‘SHOTGUNS—SIDE BY SIDES
16 ‘‘Armas Azor Sidelock Model
17 ‘‘ADCO Sales Diamond Series Shotguns
18 ‘‘American Arms Brittany Shotgun
19 ‘‘American Arms Derby Side-by-Side
20 ‘‘American Arms Gentry Double Shotgun
21 ‘‘American Arms Grulla #2 Double Shotgun
22 ‘‘American Arms TS/SS 10 Double Shotgun
23 ‘‘American Arms TS/SS 12 Side-by-Side
24 ‘‘American Arms WS/SS 10
25 ‘‘Arizaga Model 31 Double Shotgun 99
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Armes de Chasse Sidelock and Boxlock Shot-
2 guns
3 ‘‘Armsport 1050 Series Double Shotguns
4 ‘‘Arrieta Sidelock Double Shotguns
5 ‘‘Auguste Francotte Boxlock Shotgun
6 ‘‘Auguste Francotte Sidelock Shotgun
7 ‘‘AYA Boxlock Shotguns
8 ‘‘AYA Sidelock Double Shotguns
9 ‘‘Baikal IZH-43 Series Shotguns
10 ‘‘Baikal MP210 Series Shotguns
11 ‘‘Baikal MP213 Series Shotguns
12 ‘‘Baikal MP220 Series Shotguns
13 ‘‘Baker Gun Sidelock Models
14 ‘‘Baltimore Arms Co. Style 1
15 ‘‘Baltimore Arms Co. Style 2
16 ‘‘Bayard Boxlock and Sidelock Model Shotguns
17 ‘‘Beretta 450 series Shotguns
18 ‘‘Beretta 451 Series Shotguns
19 ‘‘Beretta 452 Series Shotguns
20 ‘‘Beretta 470 Series Shotguns
21 ‘‘Beretta Custom Grade Shotguns
22 ‘‘Beretta Francia Standard
23 ‘‘Beretta Imperiale Montecarlo
24 ‘‘Beretta Model 452 Sidelock Shotgun
25 ‘‘Beretta Omega Standard 100
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Beretta Side-by-Side Field Shotguns
2 ‘‘Beretta Verona/Bergamo
3 ‘‘Bertuzzi Ariete Hammer Gun
4 ‘‘Bertuzzi Model Orione
5 ‘‘Bertuzzi Venere Series Shotguns
6 ‘‘Beschi Sidelock and Boxlock Models
7 ‘‘Bill Hanus Birdgun Doubles
8 ‘‘Bosis Country SxS
9 ‘‘Bosis Hammer Gun
10 ‘‘Bosis Queen Sidelock
11 ‘‘Boss Robertson SxS
12 ‘‘Boss SxS
13 ‘‘Boswell Boxlock Model
14 ‘‘Boswell Feartherweight Monarch Grade
15 ‘‘Boswell Merlin Sidelock
16 ‘‘Boswell Sidelock Model
17 ‘‘Breda Andromeda Special
18 ‘‘BRNO ZP Series Shotguns
19 ‘‘Brown SxS Shotgun
20 ‘‘Browning B-SS
21 ‘‘Browning B-SS Belgian/ Japanese Prototype
22 ‘‘Browning B-SS Sidelock
23 ‘‘Browning B-SS Sporter
24 ‘‘Bruchet Model A
25 ‘‘Bruchet Model B 101
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘BSA Classic
2 ‘‘BSA Royal
3 ‘‘Cabela’s ATA Grade II Custom
4 ‘‘Cabela’s Hemingway Model
5 ‘‘Casartelli Sidelock Model
6 ‘‘Century Coach SxS
7 ‘‘Chapuis RGP Series Shotguns
8 ‘‘Chapuis RP Series Shotguns
9 ‘‘Chapuis Side-by-Side Shotgun
10 ‘‘Chapuis UGP Round Design SxS
11 ‘‘Charles Daly 1974 Wildlife Commemorative
12 ‘‘Charles Daly Classic Coach Gun
13 ‘‘Charles Daly Diamond SxS
14 ‘‘Charles Daly Empire SxS
15 ‘‘Charles Daly Model 306
16 ‘‘Charles Daly Model 500
17 ‘‘Charles Daly Model Dss Double
18 ‘‘Charles Daly Superior SxS
19 ‘‘Churchill Continental Series Shotguns
20 ‘‘Churchill Crown Model
21 ‘‘Churchill Field Model
22 ‘‘Churchill Hercules Model
23 ‘‘Churchill Imperial Model
24 ‘‘Churchill Premiere Series Shotguns
25 ‘‘Churchill Regal Model 102
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Churchill Royal Model
2 ‘‘Churchill Windsor Series Shotguns
3 ‘‘Cimarron Coach Guns
4 ‘‘Classic Doubles Model 201
5 ‘‘Classic Clot 1878 Hammer Shotgun
6 ‘‘Cogswell & Harrison Sidelock and Boxlock
7 Shotguns
8 ‘‘Colt 1883 Hammerless
9 ‘‘Colt SxS Shotgun
10 ‘‘Connecticut Shotgun Co. Model 21
11 ‘‘Connecticut Shotgun Co. RBL Series
12 ‘‘Continental Arms Centaure
13 ‘‘Crescent SxS Model
14 ‘‘Crucelegui Hermanos Model 150 Double
15 ‘‘CZ Amarillo
16 ‘‘CZ Bobwhite
17 ‘‘CZ Competition
18 ‘‘CZ Deluxe
19 ‘‘CZ Durango
20 ‘‘CZ Grouse
21 ‘‘CZ Hammer Models
22 ‘‘CZ Partridge
23 ‘‘CZ Ringneck
24 ‘‘CZ Ringneck Target
25 ‘‘Dakin Model 100 103
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Dakin Model 147
2 ‘‘Dakin Model 160
3 ‘‘Dakin Model 215
4 ‘‘Dakota American Legend
5 ‘‘Dakota Classic Grade
6 ‘‘Dakota Classic Grade II
7 ‘‘Dakota Classic Grade III
8 ‘‘Dakota Premier Grade
9 ‘‘Dan Arms Deluxe Field Model
10 ‘‘Dan Arms Field Model
11 ‘‘Darne Sliding Breech Series Shotguns
12 ‘‘Davidson Arms Model 63B
13 ‘‘Davidson Arms Model 69SL
14 ‘‘Davidson Arms Model 73 Stagecoach
15 ‘‘Dumoulin Continental Model
16 ‘‘Dumoulin Etendard Model
17 ‘‘Dumoulin Europa Model
18 ‘‘Dumoulin Liege Model
19 ‘‘E.A.A. SABA
20 ‘‘E.A.A./Sabatti Saba-Mon Double Shotgun
21 ‘‘E.M.F. Model 1878 SxS
22 ‘‘E.M.F. Stagecoach SxS Model
23 ‘‘ERA Quail SxS
24 ‘‘ERA Riot SxS
25 ‘‘ERA SxS 104
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Famars Boxlock Models
2 ‘‘Famars Castore
3 ‘‘Famars Sidelock Models
4 ‘‘Fausti Caledon
5 ‘‘Fausti Class
6 ‘‘Fausti Class Round Body
7 ‘‘Fausti DEA Series Shotguns
8 ‘‘Ferlib Mignon Hammer Model
9 ‘‘Ferlib Model F VII Double Shotgun
10 ‘‘FN Anson SxS Standard Grade
11 ‘‘FN New Anson SxS Standard Grade
12 ‘‘FN Sidelock Standard Grade
13 ‘‘Fox Higher Grade Models (A-F)
14 ‘‘Fox Sterlingworth Series
15 ‘‘Franchi Airone
16 ‘‘Franchi Astore Series
17 ‘‘Franchi Destino
18 ‘‘Franchi Highlander
19 ‘‘Franchi Sidelock Double Barrel
20 ‘‘Francotte Boxlock Shotgun
21 ‘‘Francotte Jubilee Model
22 ‘‘Francotte Sidelock Shotgun
23 ‘‘Galef Silver Hawk SxS
24 ‘‘Galef Zabala SxS
25 ‘‘Garbi Model 100 105
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Garbi Model 101 Side-by-Side
2 ‘‘Garbi Model 103A, B Side-by-Side
3 ‘‘Garbi Model 200 Side-by-Side
4 ‘‘Gastinne Model 105
5 ‘‘Gastinne Model 202
6 ‘‘Gastinne Model 353
7 ‘‘Gastinne Model 98
8 ‘‘Gib 10 Gauge Magnum
9 ‘‘Gil Alhambra
10 ‘‘Gil Diamond
11 ‘‘Gil Laga
12 ‘‘Gil Olimpia
13 ‘‘Greener Sidelock SxS Shotguns
14 ‘‘Griffin & Howe Britte
15 ‘‘Griffin & Howe Continental Sidelock
16 ‘‘Griffin & Howe Round Body Game Gun
17 ‘‘Griffin & Howe Traditional Game Gun
18 ‘‘Grulla 217 Series
19 ‘‘Grulla 219 Series
20 ‘‘Grulla Consort
21 ‘‘Grulla Model 209 Holland
22 ‘‘Grulla Model 215
23 ‘‘Grulla Model 216 Series
24 ‘‘Grulla Number 1
25 ‘‘Grulla Royal 106
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Grulla Super MH
2 ‘‘Grulla Supreme
3 ‘‘Grulla Windsor
4 ‘‘H&R Anson & Deeley SxS
5 ‘‘H&R Model 404
6 ‘‘H&R Small Bore SxS hammer Gun
7 ‘‘Hatfield Uplander Shotgun
8 ‘‘Henry Atkin Boxlock Model
9 ‘‘Henry Atkin Sidelock Model
10 ‘‘Holland & Holland Cavalier Boxlock
11 ‘‘Holland & Holland Dominion Game Gun
12 ‘‘Holland & Holland Northwood Boxlock
13 ‘‘Holland & Holland Round Action Sidelock
14 ‘‘Holland & Holland Round Action Sidelock
15 Paradox
16 ‘‘Holland & Holland Royal Hammerless Ejector
17 Sidelock
18 ‘‘Holland & Holland Sidelock Shotguns
19 ‘‘Holloway premier Sidelock SxS Model
20 ‘‘Hopkins & Allen Boxlock and Sidelock Models
21 ‘‘Huglu SxS Shotguns
22 ‘‘Husqvarna SxS Shotguns
23 ‘‘IGA Deluxe Model
24 ‘‘IGA Turkey Series Model
25 ‘‘Interstate Arms Model 99 Coach Gun 107
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Ithaca Classic Doubles Series Shotguns
2 ‘‘Ithaca Hammerless Series
3 ‘‘Iver Johnson Hammerless Model Shotguns
4 ‘‘Jeffery Boxlock Shotguns
5 ‘‘Jeffery Sidelock Shotguns
6 ‘‘K.B.I Grade II SxS
7 ‘‘Khan Coach Gun
8 ‘‘Kimber Valier Series
9 ‘‘Krieghoff Essencia Boxlock
10 ‘‘Krieghoff Essencia Sidelock
11 ‘‘Lanber Imperial Sidelock
12 ‘‘Laurona Boxlock Models
13 ‘‘Laurona Sidelock Models
14 ‘‘Lefever Grade A Field Model
15 ‘‘Lefever Grade A Skeet Model
16 ‘‘Lefever New
17 ‘‘Lefever Model
18 ‘‘Lefever Nitro Special
19 ‘‘Lefever Sideplate Models
20 ‘‘Leforgeron Boxlock Ejector
21 ‘‘Leforgeron Sidelock Ejector
22 ‘‘Liberty Coach Gun Series
23 ‘‘MacNaughton Sidelock Model
24 ‘‘Malin Boxlock Model
25 ‘‘Malin Sidelock Model 108
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Masquelier Boxlock Model
2 ‘‘Masquelier Sidelock Model
3 ‘‘Medwell SxS Sidelock
4 ‘‘Merkel Model 8, 47E Side-by-Side Shotguns
5 ‘‘Merkel Model 47LSC Sporting Clays Double
6 ‘‘Merkel Model 47S, 147S Side-by-Sides
7 ‘‘Merkel Model 76E
8 ‘‘Merkel Model 122E
9 ‘‘Merkel Model 126E
10 ‘‘Merkel Model 280 Series
11 ‘‘Merkel Model 360 Series
12 ‘‘Merkel Model 447SL
13 ‘‘Merkel Model 1620 Series
14 ‘‘Merkel Model 1622 Series
15 ‘‘ Mossberg Onyx Reserve Sporting
16 ‘‘Mossberg Silver Reserve Field
17 ‘‘Navy Arms Model 100
18 ‘‘Navy Arms Model 150
19 ‘‘Orvis Custom Uplander
20 ‘‘Orvis Field Grade
21 ‘‘Orvis Fine Grade
22 ‘‘Orvis Rounded Action
23 ‘‘Orvis Waterfowler
24 ‘‘Parker Fluid Steel Barrel Models (All Grades)
25 ‘‘Parker Reproductions Side-by-Side 109
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Pederson Model 200
2 ‘‘Pederson Model 2500
3 ‘‘Perazzi DHO Models
4 ‘‘Perugini Ausonia
5 ‘‘Perugini Classic Model
6 ‘‘Perugini Liberty
7 ‘‘Perugini Regina Model
8 ‘‘Perugini Romagna Gun
9 ‘‘Piotti Hammer Gun
10 ‘‘Piotti King Extra Side-by-Side
11 ‘‘Piotti King No. 1 Side-by-Side Piotti Lunik
12 Side-by-Side
13 ‘‘Piotti Monaco Series
14 ‘‘Piotti Monte Carlo
15 ‘‘Piotti Piuma Side-by-Side
16 ‘‘Piotti Westlake
17 ‘‘Precision Sports Model 600 Series Doubles
18 ‘‘Premier Italian made SxS Shotguns
19 ‘‘Premier Spanish made SxS Shotguns
20 ‘‘Purdy Best Quality Game Gun
21 ‘‘Remington Model 1900 Hammerless
22 ‘‘Remington Model SPR210
23 ‘‘Remington Model SPR220
24 ‘‘Remington Model SPR220 Cowboy
25 ‘‘Remington Premier SxS 110
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Richland Arms Co. Italian made SxS Models
2 ‘‘Richland Arms Co. Spanish made SxS Models
3 ‘‘Rigby Boxlock Shotgun
4 ‘‘Rigby Hammer Shotgun
5 ‘‘Rizzini Boxlock Side-by-Side
6 ‘‘Rizzini Sidelock Side-by-Side
7 ‘‘Rossi Overlund
8 ‘‘Rossi Squire
9 ‘‘Rota Model 105
10 ‘‘Rota Model 106
11 ‘‘Rota Model 411 Series
12 ‘‘Royal American Model 600 Boxlock
13 ‘‘Royal American Model 800 Sidelock
14 ‘‘Ruger Gold Label
15 ‘‘SAE Model 209E
16 ‘‘SAE Model 210S
17 ‘‘SAE Model 340X
18 ‘‘Sarasqueta Mammerless Sidelock
19 ‘‘Sarasqueta Model 3 Boxlock
20 ‘‘Sauer Boxlock Model Shotguns
21 ‘‘Sauer Sidelock Model Shotguns
22 ‘‘Savage Fox Model FA-1
23 ‘‘Savage Model 550
24 ‘‘Scott Blenheim
25 ‘‘Scott Bowood 111
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Scott Chatsworth
2 ‘‘Scott Kinmount
3 ‘‘SIACE Italian made SxS Shotguns
4 ‘‘SKB Model 100
5 ‘‘SKB Model 150
6 ‘‘SKB Model 200
7 ‘‘SKB Model 280
8 ‘‘SKB Model 300
9 ‘‘SKB Model 385
10 ‘‘SKB Model 400
11 ‘‘SKB Model 480
12 ‘‘SKB Model 485
13 ‘‘Smith & Wesson Elite Gold Series Grade I
14 ‘‘Smith & Wesson Elite Silver Grade I
15 ‘‘Smith, L.C. Boxlock Hammerless Shotguns
16 ‘‘Smith, L.C. Sidelock Hammerless Shotguns
17 ‘‘Spartan SPR Series Shotguns
18 ‘‘Stevens Model 311/315 Series
19 ‘‘Stoeger/IGA Uplander Side-by-Side Shotgun
20 ‘‘Taylor’s SxS Model
21 ‘‘Tri-Star Model 311
22 ‘‘Tri-Star Model 411 Series
23 ‘‘Ugartechea 10–Ga. Magnum Shotgun
24 ‘‘Universal Double Wing SxS
25 ‘‘Vouzelaud Model 315 Series 112
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Walther Model WSF
2 ‘‘Walther Model WSFD
3 ‘‘Weatherby Atheana
4 ‘‘Weatherby D’Italia Series
5 ‘‘Weatherby Orion
6 ‘‘Westley Richards Best Quality Sidelock
7 ‘‘Westley Richards Boxlock Shotguns
8 ‘‘Westley Richards Connaught Model
9 ‘‘Westley Richards Hand Detachable Lock
10 Model
11 ‘‘William Douglas Boxlock
12 ‘‘Winchester Model 21
13 ‘‘Winchester Model 24
14 ‘‘Zoli Alley Cleaner
15 ‘‘Zoli Classic
16 ‘‘Zoli Falcon II
17 ‘‘Zoli Model Quail Special
18 ‘‘Zoli Pheasant
19 ‘‘Zoli Silver Hawk
20 ‘‘Zoli Silver Snipe
21 ‘‘SHOTGUNS—BOLT ACTIONS & SINGLE SHOTS
22 ‘‘ADCC Diamond Folding Model
23 ‘‘American Arms Single-Shot
24 ‘‘ARMSCOR 301A
25 ‘‘Armsport Single Barrel Shotgun 113
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Baikal MP18
2 ‘‘Beretta 471 EL Silver Hawk
3 ‘‘Beretta 471 Silver Hawk
4 ‘‘Beretta Beta Single Barrel
5 ‘‘Beretta MKII Trap
6 ‘‘Beretta Model 412
7 ‘‘Beretta Model FS
8 ‘‘Beretta TR-1
9 ‘‘Beretta TR-1 Trap
10 ‘‘Beretta Vandalia Special Trap
11 ‘‘Browning BT–99 Competition Trap Special
12 ‘‘Browning BT–99 Plus Micro
13 ‘‘Browning BT–99 Plus Trap Gun
14 ‘‘Browning Micro Recoilless Trap Shotgun
15 ‘‘Browning Recoilless Trap Shotgun
16 ‘‘Crescent Single Shot Models
17 ‘‘CZ Cottontail
18 ‘‘Desert Industries Big Twenty Shotgun
19 ‘‘Fefever Long Range Field
20 ‘‘Frigon FS-4
21 ‘‘Frigon FT-1
22 ‘‘Frigon FT-C
23 ‘‘Gibbs Midland Stalker
24 ‘‘Greener General Purpose GP MKI/MKII
25 ‘‘H&R Survivor 114
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘H&R Tracker Slug Model
2 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson N.W.T.F. Turkey
3 Mag
4 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Pardner
5 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Pardner Compact
6 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Pardner Compact
7 Turkey Gun
8 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Pardner Screw-In
9 Choke
10 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Pardner Turkey
11 Gun
12 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Pardner Turkey
13 Gun Camo
14 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Pardner Waterfowl
15 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Tamer
16 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Tamer 20
17 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Topper Classic
18 Youth Shotgun
19 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Topper Deluxe Clas-
20 sic
21 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Topper Deluxe
22 Model 098
23 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Topper Junior
24 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Topper Model 098
25 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Topper Trap Gun 115
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Tracker II Slug
2 Gun
3 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Ultra Slug Hunter
4 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Ultra Slug Hunter
5 Compact
6 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Ultra Slug Hunter
7 Deluxe
8 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Ultra Slug Hunter
9 Thumbhole Stock
10 ‘‘Harrington & Richardson Ultra-Lite Slug
11 Hunter
12 ‘‘Hi-Standard 514 Model
13 ‘‘Holland & Holland Single Barrel Trap
14 ‘‘IGA Reuna Model
15 ‘‘IGA Single Barrel Classic
16 ‘‘Ithaca Model 66
17 ‘‘Ithaca Single Barrel Trap
18 ‘‘Iver Johnson Champion Series
19 ‘‘Iver Johnson Commemorative Series Single
20 Shot Shotgun
21 ‘‘Iver Johnson Excel
22 ‘‘Krieghoff K–80 Single Barrel Trap Gun
23 ‘‘Krieghoff KS–5 Special
24 ‘‘Krieghoff KS–5 Trap Gun
25 ‘‘Lefever Trap Gun 116
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Ljutic LTX Super Deluxe Mono Gun
2 ‘‘Ljutic Mono Gun Single Barrel
3 ‘‘Ljutic Recoilless Space Gun Shotgun
4 ‘‘Marlin Model 55 Goose Gun Bolt Action
5 ‘‘Marlin Model 60 Single Shot
6 ‘‘Marocchi Model 2000
7 ‘‘Mossberg Models G-4, 70, 73, 73B
8 ‘‘Mossberg Models 75 Series
9 ‘‘Mossberg Models 80, 83, 83B, 83D
10 ‘‘Mossberg 173 Series
11 ‘‘Mossberg Model 183 Series
12 ‘‘Mossberg Model 185 Series
13 ‘‘Mossberg Model 190 Series
14 ‘‘Mossberg Model 195 Series
15 ‘‘Mossberg Model 385 Series
16 ‘‘Mossberg Model 390 Series
17 ‘‘Mossberg Model 395 Series
18 ‘‘Mossberg Model 595 Series
19 ‘‘Mossberg Model 695 Series
20 ‘‘New England Firearms N.W.T.F. Shotgun
21 ‘‘New England Firearms Standard Pardner
22 ‘‘New England Firearms Survival Gun
23 ‘‘New England Firearms Tracker Slug Gun
24 ‘‘New England Firearms Turkey and Goose
25 Gun 117
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Parker Single Barrel Trap Models
2 ‘‘Perazzi TM1 Special Single Trap
3 ‘‘Remington 90–T Super Single Shotgun
4 ‘‘Remington Model No. 9
5 ‘‘Remington Model 310 Skeet
6 ‘‘Remington Model No. 3
7 ‘‘Rossi Circuit Judge Lever Action Shotgun
8 ‘‘Rossi Circuit Judge Shotgun
9 ‘‘Ruger Single Barrel Trap
10 ‘‘S.W.D. Terminator
11 ‘‘Savage Kimel Kamper Single Shot
12 ‘‘Savage Model 210F Slug Warrior
13 ‘‘Savage Model 212 Slug Gun
14 ‘‘Savage Model 220 Series
15 ‘‘Savage Model 220 Slug Gun
16 ‘‘SEITZ Single Barrel Trap
17 ‘‘SKB Century II Trap
18 ‘‘SKB Century Trap
19 ‘‘SKB Model 505 Trap
20 ‘‘SKB Model 605 Trap
21 ‘‘Smith, L.C. Single Barrel Trap Models
22 ‘‘Snake Charmer II Shotgun
23 ‘‘Stoeger/IGA Reuna Single Barrel Shotgun
24 ‘‘Tangfolio Model RSG-16
25 ‘‘Tangfolio Blockcard Model 118
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 ‘‘Tangfolio Model DSG
2 ‘‘Tangfolio Model RSG-12 Series
3 ‘‘Tangfolio Model RSG-20
4 ‘‘Tangfolio RSG-Tactical
5 ‘‘Taurus Circuit Judge Shotgun
6 ‘‘Thompson/Center Encore Shotgun
7 ‘‘Thompson/Center Pro Hunter Turkey Shot-
8 gun
9 ‘‘Thompson/Center TCR ’87 Hunter Shotgun
10 ‘‘Universal Firearms Model 7212 Single Barrel
11 Trap
12 ‘‘Winchester Model 36 Single Shot
13 ‘‘Winchester Model 37 Single Shot
14 ‘‘Winchester Model 41 Bolt Action
15 ‘‘Winchester Model 9410 Series
16 ‘‘Zoli Apache Model
17 ‘‘Zoli Diano Series
18 ‘‘Zoli Loner Series’’.
19 SEC. 4. PENALTIES.
20 Section 924(a)(1)(B) of title 18, United States Code,
21 is amended by striking ‘‘or (q) of section 922’’ and insert-
22 ing ‘‘(q), (r), (v), (w), or (aa) of section 922’’. 119
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 SEC. 5. BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR TRANSFERS OF GRAND-
2 FATHERED SEMIAUTOMATIC ASSAULT WEAP-
3 ONS.
4 (a) IN GENERAL.—Section 922 of title 18, United
5 States Code, as amended by this Act, is amended—
6 (1) by repealing subsection (s);
7 (2) by redesignating subsection (t) as sub-
8 section (s);
9 (3) in subsection (s), as redesignated—
10 (A) in paragraph (3)(C)(ii), by striking
11 ‘‘(as defined in subsection (s)(8))’’; and
12 (B) by adding at the end the following:
13 ‘‘(7) In this subsection, the term ‘chief law en-
14 forcement officer’ means the chief of police, the
15 sheriff, or an equivalent officer or the designee of
16 any such individual.’’; and
17 (4) by inserting after subsection (s), as redesig-
18 nated, the following:
19 ‘‘(t)(1) Beginning on the date that is 90 days after
20 the date of enactment of the Assault Weapons Ban of
21 2013, it shall be unlawful for any person who is not li-
22 censed under this chapter to transfer a grandfathered
23 semiautomatic assault weapon to any other person who is
24 not licensed under this chapter, unless a licensed importer,
25 licensed manufacturer, or licensed dealer has first taken
26 custody of the grandfathered semiautomatic assault weap-120
OLL13052 S.L.C.
1 on for the purpose of complying with subsection (s). Upon
2 taking custody of the grandfathered semiautomatic assault
3 weapon, the licensee shall comply with all requirements of
4 this chapter as if the licensee were transferring the grand-
5 fathered semiautomatic assault weapon from the licensee’s
6 inventory to the unlicensed transferee.
7 ‘‘(2) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to a temporary
8 transfer of possession for the purpose of participating in
9 target shooting in a licensed target facility or established
10 range if—
11 ‘‘(A) the grandfathered semiautomatic assault
12 weapon is, at all times, kept within the premises of
13 the target facility or range; and
14 ‘‘(B) the transferee is not known to be prohib-
15 ited from possessing or receiving a grandfathered
16 semiautomatic assault weapon.
17 ‘‘(3) For purposes of this subsection, the term ‘trans-
18 fer’—
19 ‘‘(A) shall include a sale, gift, or loan; and
20 ‘‘(B) does not include temporary custody of the
21 grandfathered semiautomatic assault weapon for
22 purposes of examination or evaluation by a prospec-
23 tive transferee. 121
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1 ‘‘(4)(A) Notwithstanding any other provision of this
2 chapter, the Attorney General may implement this sub-
3 section with regulations.
4 ‘‘(B) Regulations promulgated under this para-
5 graph—
6 ‘‘(i) shall include a provision setting a max-
7 imum fee that may be charged by licensees for serv-
8 ices provided in accordance with paragraph (1); and
9 ‘‘(ii) shall not include any provision imposing
10 recordkeeping requirements on any unlicensed trans-
11 feror or requiring licensees to facilitate transfers in
12 accordance with paragraph (1).’’.
13 (b) TECHNICAL AND CONFORMING AMENDMENTS.—
14 (1) SECTION 922.—Section 922(y)(2) of title
15 18, United States Code, is amended, in the matter
16 preceding subparagraph (A), by striking ‘‘,
17 (g)(5)(B), and (s)(3)(B)(v)(II)’’ and inserting ‘‘and
18 (g)(5)(B)’’.
19 (2) SECTION 925A.—Section 925A of title 18,
20 United States Code, is amended, in the matter pre-
21 ceding paragraph (1), by striking ‘‘subsection (s) or
22 (t) of section 922’’ and inserting ‘‘section 922(s)’’.
23 (c) EFFECTIVE DATE.—The amendments made by
24 this section shall take effect 90 days after the date of en-
25 actment of this Act. 122
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1 SEC. 6. USE OF BYRNE GRANTS FOR BUY-BACK PROGRAMS
2 FOR SEMIAUTOMATIC ASSAULT WEAPONS
3 AND LARGE CAPACITY AMMUNITION FEED-
4 ING DEVICES.
5 Section 501(a)(1) of the Omnibus Crime Control and
6 Safe Streets Act of 1968 (42 U.S.C. 3751(a)(1)) is
7 amended by adding at the end the following:
8 ‘‘(H) Compensation for surrendered semi-
9 automatic assault weapons and large capacity
10 ammunition feeding devices, as those terms are
11 defined in section 921 of title 18, United States
12 Code, under buy-back programs for semiauto-
13 matic assault weapons and large capacity am-
14 munition feeding devices.’’.
15 SEC. 7. SEVERABILITY.
16 If any provision of this Act, an amendment made by
17 this Act, or the application of such provision or amend-
18 ment to any person or circumstance is held to be unconsti-
19 tutional, the remainder of this Act, the amendments made
20 by this Act, and the application of such provision or
21 amendment to any person or circumstance shall not be af-
22 fected thereby.

This week in Congress: 11/9/12

Another week has passed and still no budget out of the Senate. With the House out of session this week ,the Senate has still managed to put some legislation on the table.

Never mind, nothing happened this week, so we’ll just cap what happened last week.

Activity in the Senate

In Majority Leader Harry Reid’s Democrat Senate, despite being in session… well, nothing happened. No budget, no trivial bills… pretty much nothing. What kind of organization is Sen. Reid running? How much do we pay them?

Activity in the House

On October 26th two bills were introduced:

  • H.R.6580 sponsored by Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-OH) seeks to give those veterans with VA benefits access to the same vision and dental benefits that our other federal employees enjoy
  • H.R.6579 sponsored by Rep. Jo Bonner (R-AL) seeks to prevent any person or business from claiming a tax deduction for any payments given to them due to the April 20, 2010 Deepwater Horizon incident

On October 23rd three more bills were introduced into the House:

  •  H.R.3973 sponsored by Rep. Donald Young (R-AK) seeks to “facilitate the development of energy on Indian lands by reducing Federal regulations that impede tribal development of Indian lands, and for other purposes”
  • H.R.6578 – Here’s a major concern for most Americans – I mean, this has to be just under the fiscal cliff in importance: To exempt decorative hearth products from energy efficiency regulation under the Energy Policy and Conservation Act. Sponsored by Rep. C. Rodgers (R-WA)
  • H.R.6494 – seeks to award the Congressional Gold Medal (not the Medal of Honor) to Stewart Lee Udall.

That’s what Congress has achieved over the last two weeks. Impressed?

 

S 3412 – The ‘Middle Class Tax Cut Act’

S 3412

Calendar No. 467
ES

 

 

112th CONGRESS

 

 

2d Session

 

 

S. 3412

 

 


AN ACT

 

 

To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide tax relief to middle-class families.

 

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; ETC.

(a) Short Title- This Act may be cited as the ‘Middle Class Tax Cut Act’.

 

(b) Amendment of 1986 Code- Except as otherwise expressly provided, whenever in this Act an amendment or repeal is expressed in terms of an amendment to, or repeal of, a section or other provision, the reference shall be considered to be made to a section or other provision of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.

 

(c) Table of Contents- The table of contents of this Act is as follows:

 

Sec. 1. Short title; etc.

TITLE I–TEMPORARY EXTENSION OF TAX RELIEF

Sec. 101. Temporary extension of 2001 tax relief.

 

Sec. 102. Temporary extension of 2003 tax relief.

 

Sec. 103. Temporary extension of 2010 tax relief.

 

Sec. 104. Temporary extension of election to expense certain depreciable business assets.

TITLE II–ALTERNATIVE MINIMUM TAX RELIEF

Sec. 201. Temporary extension of increased alternative minimum tax exemption amount.

 

Sec. 202. Temporary extension of alternative minimum tax relief for nonrefundable personal credits.

TITLE III–BUDGETARY EFFECTS

Sec. 301. Budgetary effects.

 

TITLE I–TEMPORARY EXTENSION OF TAX RELIEF

 

 

SEC. 101. TEMPORARY EXTENSION OF 2001 TAX RELIEF.

(a) Temporary Extension-

 

(1) IN GENERAL- Section 901(a)(1) of the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 is amended by striking ‘December 31, 2012’ and inserting ‘December 31, 2013’.

 

(2) EFFECTIVE DATE- The amendment made by this subsection shall take effect as if included in the enactment of the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001.

 

(b) Application to Certain High-Income Taxpayers-

 

(1) INCOME TAX RATES-

 

(A) TREATMENT OF 25- AND 28-PERCENT RATE BRACKETS- Paragraph (2) of section 1(i) is amended to read as follows:

 

‘(2) 25- AND 28-PERCENT RATE BRACKETS- The tables under subsections (a), (b), (c), (d), and (e) shall be applied–

 

‘(A) by substituting ‘25%’ for ‘28%’ each place it appears (before the application of subparagraph (B)), and

 

‘(B) by substituting ‘28%’ for ‘31%’ each place it appears.’.

 

(B) 33-percent RATE BRACKET- Subsection (i) of section 1 is amended by redesignating paragraph (3) as paragraph (4) and by inserting after paragraph (2) the following new paragraph:

‘(3) 33-percent RATE BRACKET-

 

‘(A) IN GENERAL- In the case of taxable years beginning after December 31, 2012–

 

‘(i) the rate of tax under subsections (a), (b), (c), and (d) on a taxpayer’s taxable income in the fourth rate bracket shall be 33 percent to the extent such income does not exceed an amount equal to the excess of–

 

‘(I) the applicable amount, over

 

‘(II) the dollar amount at which such bracket begins, and

 

‘(ii) the 36 percent rate of tax under such subsections shall apply only to the taxpayer’s taxable income in such bracket in excess of the amount to which clause (i) applies.

 

‘(B) APPLICABLE AMOUNT- For purposes of this paragraph, the term ‘applicable amount’ means the excess of–

 

‘(i) the applicable threshold, over

 

‘(ii) the sum of the following amounts in effect for the taxable year:

 

‘(I) the basic standard deduction (within the meaning of section 63(c)(2)), and

 

‘(II) the exemption amount (within the meaning of section 151(d)(1) (or, in the case of subsection (a), 2 such exemption amounts).

 

‘(C) APPLICABLE THRESHOLD- For purposes of this paragraph, the term ‘applicable threshold’ means–

 

‘(i) $250,000 in the case of subsection (a),

 

‘(ii) $225,000 in the case of subsection (b),

 

‘(iii) $200,000 in the case of subsections (c), and

 

‘(iv) 1/2 the amount applicable under clause (i) (after adjustment, if any, under subparagraph (E)) in the case of subsection (d).

 

‘(D) FOURTH RATE BRACKET- For purposes of this paragraph, the term ‘fourth rate bracket’ means the bracket which would (determined without regard to this paragraph) be the 36-percent rate bracket.

 

‘(E) INFLATION ADJUSTMENT- For purposes of this paragraph, with respect to taxable years beginning in calendar years after 2012, each of the dollar amounts under clauses (i), (ii), and (iii) of subparagraph (C) shall be adjusted in the same manner as under paragraph (1)(C), except that subsection (f)(3)(B) shall be applied by substituting ‘2008’ for ‘1992’.’.

(2) PHASEOUT OF PERSONAL EXEMPTIONS AND ITEMIZED DEDUCTIONS-

 

(A) OVERALL LIMITATION ON ITEMIZED DEDUCTIONS- Section 68 is amended–

 

(i) by striking ‘the applicable amount’ the first place it appears in subsection (a) and inserting ‘the applicable threshold in effect under section 1(i)(3)’,

 

(ii) by striking ‘the applicable amount’ in subsection (a)(1) and inserting ‘such applicable threshold’,

 

(iii) by striking subsection (b) and redesignating subsections (c), (d), and (e) as subsections (b), (c), and (d), respectively, and

 

(iv) by striking subsections (f) and (g).

 

(B) PHASEOUT OF DEDUCTIONS FOR PERSONAL EXEMPTIONS-

 

(i) IN GENERAL- Paragraph (3) of section 151(d) is amended–

 

(I) by striking ‘the threshold amount’ in subparagraphs (A) and (B) and inserting ‘the applicable threshold in effect under section 1(i)(3)’,

 

(II) by striking subparagraph (C) and redesignating subparagraph (D) as subparagraph (C), and

 

(III) by striking subparagraphs (E) and (F).

 

(ii) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS- Paragraph (4) of section 151(d) is amended–

 

(I) by striking subparagraph (B),

 

(II) by redesignating clauses (i) and (ii) of subparagraph (A) as subparagraphs (A) and (B), respectively, and by indenting such subparagraphs (as so redesignated) accordingly, and

 

(III) by striking all that precedes ‘in a calendar year after 1989,’ and inserting the following:

 

‘(4) INFLATION ADJUSTMENT- In the case of any taxable year beginning’.

 

(c) Effective Date- Except as otherwise provided, the amendments made by this section shall apply to taxable years beginning after December 31, 2012.

 

(d) Application of EGTRRA Sunset- Each amendment made by subsection (b) shall be subject to title IX of the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 to the same extent and in the same manner as if such amendment was included in title I of such Act.

SEC. 102. TEMPORARY EXTENSION OF 2003 TAX RELIEF.

(a) Extension-

 

(1) IN GENERAL- Section 303 of the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 is amended by striking ‘December 31, 2012’ and inserting ‘December 31, 2013’.

 

(2) EFFECTIVE DATE- The amendment made by this subsection shall take effect as if included in the enactment of the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003.

 

(b) 20-Percent Capital Gains Rate for Certain High Income Individuals-

 

(1) IN GENERAL- Paragraph (1) of section 1(h) is amended by striking subparagraph (C), by redesignating subparagraphs (D) and (E) as subparagraphs (E) and (F) and by inserting after subparagraph (B) the following new subparagraphs:

 

‘(C) 15 percent of the lesser of–

 

‘(i) so much of the adjusted net capital gain (or, if less, taxable income) as exceeds the amount on which a tax is determined under subparagraph (B), or

 

‘(ii) the excess (if any) of–

 

‘(I) the amount of taxable income which would (without regard to this paragraph) be taxed at a rate below 36 percent, over

 

‘(II) the sum of the amounts on which a tax is determined under subparagraphs (A) and (B),

 

‘(D) 20 percent of the adjusted net capital gain (or, if less, taxable income) in excess of the sum of the amounts on which tax is determined under subparagraphs (B) and (C),’.

(2) MINIMUM TAX- Paragraph (3) of section 55(b) is amended by striking subparagraph (C), by redesignating subparagraph (D) as subparagraph (E), and by inserting after subparagraph (B) the following new subparagraphs:

 

‘(C) 15 percent of the lesser of–

 

‘(i) so much of the adjusted net capital gain (or, if less, taxable excess) as exceeds the amount on which tax is determined under subparagraph (B), or

 

‘(ii) the excess described in section 1(h)(1)(C)(ii), plus

 

‘(D) 20 percent of the adjusted net capital gain (or, if less, taxable excess) in excess of the sum of the amounts on which tax is determined under subparagraphs (B) and (C), plus’.

(c) Conforming Amendments-

 

(1) The following provisions are each amended by striking ‘15 percent’ and inserting ‘20 percent’:

 

(A) Section 531.

 

(B) Section 541.

 

(C) Section 1445(e)(1).

 

(D) The second sentence of section 7518(g)(6)(A).

 

(E) Section 53511(f)(2) of title 46, United States Code.

 

(2) Sections 1(h)(1)(B) and 55(b)(3)(B) are each amended by striking ‘5 percent (0 percent in the case of taxable years beginning after 2007)’ and inserting ‘0 percent’.

 

(3) Section 1445(e)(6) is amended by striking ‘15 percent (20 percent in the case of taxable years beginning after December 31, 2010)’ and inserting ‘20 percent’.

 

(d) Effective Dates-

 

(1) IN GENERAL- Except as otherwise provided, the amendments made by subsections (b) and (c) shall apply to taxable years beginning after December 31, 2012.

 

(2) WITHHOLDING- The amendments made by paragraphs (1)(C) and (3) of subsection (c) shall apply to amounts paid on or after January 1, 2013.

 

(e) Application of JGTRRA Sunset- Each amendment made by subsections (b) and (c) shall be subject to section 303 of the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 to the same extent and in the same manner as if such amendment was included in title III of such Act.

SEC. 103. TEMPORARY EXTENSION OF 2010 TAX RELIEF.

(a) American Opportunity Tax Credit-

 

(1) IN GENERAL- Section 25A(i) is amended by striking ‘or 2012’ and inserting ‘2012, or 2013’.

 

(2) TREATMENT OF POSSESSIONS- Section 1004(c)(1) of division B of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009 is amended by striking ‘and 2012’ each place it appears and inserting ‘2012, and 2013’.

 

(b) Child Tax Credit- Section 24(d)(4) is amended–

 

(1) by striking ‘AND 2012’ in the heading and inserting ‘2012, AND 2013’, and

 

(2) by striking ‘or 2012’ and inserting ‘2012, or 2013’.

 

(c) Earned Income Tax Credit- Section 32(b)(3) is amended–

 

(1) by striking ‘AND 2012’ in the heading and inserting ‘2012, AND 2013’, and

 

(2) by striking ‘or 2012’ and inserting ‘2012, or 2013’.

 

(d) Temporary Extension of Rule Disregarding Refunds in the Administration of Federal Programs and Federally Assisted Programs- Subsection (b) of section 6409 is amended by striking ‘December 31, 2012’ and inserting ‘December 31, 2013’.

 

(e) Effective Dates-

 

(1) IN GENERAL- Except as provided in paragraph (2), the amendments made by this section shall apply to taxable years beginning after December 31, 2012.

 

(2) RULE DISREGARDING REFUNDS IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF CERTAIN PROGRAMS- The amendment made by subsection (d) shall apply to amounts received after December 31, 2012.

SEC. 104. TEMPORARY EXTENSION OF ELECTION TO EXPENSE CERTAIN DEPRECIABLE BUSINESS ASSETS.

(a) In General-

 

(1) DOLLAR LIMITATION- Section 179(b)(1) is amended–

 

(A) by striking ‘and’ at the end of subparagraph (C),

 

(B) by redesignating subparagraph (D) as subparagraph (E),

 

(C) by inserting after subparagraph (C) the following new subparagraph:

 

‘(D) $250,000 in the case of taxable years beginning in 2013, and’, and

 

(D) in subparagraph (E), as so redesignated, by striking ‘2012’ and inserting ‘2013’.

 

(2) REDUCTION IN LIMITATION- Section 179(b)(2) is amended–

 

(A) by striking ‘and’ at the end of subparagraph (C),

 

(B) by redesignating subparagraph (D) as subparagraph (E),

 

(C) by inserting after subparagraph (C) the following new subparagraph:

 

‘(D) $800,000 in the case of taxable years beginning in 2013, and’, and

 

(D) in subparagraph (E), as so redesignated, by striking ‘2012’ and inserting ‘2013’.

 

(b) Computer Software- Section 179(d)(1)(A)(ii) is amended by striking ‘2013’ and inserting ‘2014’.

 

(c) Election- Section 179(c)(2) is amended by striking ‘2013’ and inserting ‘2014’.

 

(d) Effective Date- The amendments made by this section shall apply to taxable years beginning after December 31, 2012.

 

TITLE II–ALTERNATIVE MINIMUM TAX RELIEF

 

 

SEC. 201. TEMPORARY EXTENSION OF INCREASED ALTERNATIVE MINIMUM TAX EXEMPTION AMOUNT.

(a) In General- Paragraph (1) of section 55(d) is amended–

 

(1) by striking ‘$72,450’ and all that follows through ‘2011’ in subparagraph (A) and inserting ‘$78,750 in the case of taxable years beginning in 2012’, and

 

(2) by striking ‘$47,450’ and all that follows through ‘2011’ in subparagraph (B) and inserting ‘$50,600 in the case of taxable years beginning in 2012’.

 

(b) Effective Date- The amendments made by this section shall apply to taxable years beginning after December 31, 2011.

SEC. 202. TEMPORARY EXTENSION OF ALTERNATIVE MINIMUM TAX RELIEF FOR NONREFUNDABLE PERSONAL CREDITS.

(a) In General- Paragraph (2) of section 26(a) is amended–

 

(1) by striking ‘or 2011’ and inserting ‘2011, or 2012’, and

 

(2) by striking ‘2011’ in the heading thereof and inserting ‘2012’.

 

(b) Effective Date- The amendments made by this section shall apply to taxable years beginning after December 31, 2011.

 

TITLE III–BUDGETARY EFFECTS

 

 

SEC. 301. BUDGETARY EFFECTS.

(a) PAYGO Scorecard- The budgetary effects of this Act shall not be entered on either PAYGO scorecard maintained pursuant to section 4(d) of the Statutory Pay-As-You-Go Act of 2010.

 

(b) Senate PAYGO Scorecard- The budgetary effects of this Act shall not be entered on any PAYGO scorecard maintained for purposes of section 201 of S. Con. Res. 21 (110th Congress).

Calendar No. 467

Passed the Senate July 25, 2012.

 

Attest:

 

Secretary.

 

 

112th CONGRESS

 

 

2d Session

 

 

S. 3412

 

 

AN ACT

 

 

To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide tax relief to middle-class families.


July 19, 2012
Read twice and ordered placed on the calendar

Congress Has To Buck DC Culture And Investigate Benghazi

benghazi victims

For whatever reason, Washington DC has a bizarre culture of failing to get the entire story out. There’s a belief in popular culture that the federal government attempts to conceal as much of the truth as possible and only puts out what the public wants to hear.

This needs to be avoided with Benghazi. The whole truth has to come out. There is too much conflicting information. The Pentagon appears to be blaming the State Department. The State Department blames the CIA and the White House. The CIA appears to blame the Defense Department, the White House and State Department. The White House has been noticeably silent. A special investigation team needs to look into which information is true and which isn’t.

Capitol Hill doesn’t always appear interested in doing this. It seems more interested in keeping the status quo and avoiding accountability as much as possible.

This probably started with the Warren Commission looking into the assassination of President Kennedy, but the best example is the Watergate investigation. That was shut down after President Ford pardoned President Nixon to get the case over with as quickly as possible. Ford was hoping to keep Nixon’s name from being dragged any further through the mud. It may have been noble reasoning, but was ultimately irresponsible.

It also set a dangerous precedent the presidency has been willing to go along with time and time again. In the Iran Contra scandal, President George H.W. Bush pardoned Defense Secretary Casper Weinberger before he could go up to trial. In the end, only Oliver North and John Poindexter were tried and convicted. Both convictions were thrown out on appeal and independent counsel Lawrence Walsh declined to continue the investigation.

During the Whitewater scandal, both Bill and Hillary Clinton were able to avoid charges. President Clinton was later impeached for lying under oath, but that related to the Monica Lewinsky affair. A part of the failure of the Whitewater investigation could be because ex-Arkansas Governor Jim Guy Tucker, Webster Hubbell and Susan McDougal refused to cooperate with Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr. Clinton later pardoned McDougal. Another part is the decision by the Clintons to fight the Whitewater investigation tooth and nail, instead of cooperating with it. Starr’s successor, Robert Ray, admitted he was pressured to come up with a deal with President Clinton so he wouldn’t be indicted further.

These examples make it seem like there’s no accountability in the White House. Instead, it shows presidents are willing to use their political positions to either protect themselves, their friends or their previous bosses from accepting responsibility.

Congress is no better.

During the investigation into Louisiana Congressman William Jefferson, Congress criticized the Justice Department for their “aggressive raid” on Jefferson’s office. Wisconsin Congressman James Sensenbrenner wanted to hold hearings on whether the FBI had trampled on the Constitution for their actions. Jefferson was later convicted of bribery and sentenced to 13 years in prison.

After Peter Schweizer’s fantastic 2011 book on insider trading in Washington DC called “Throw Them All Out,” Congress was criticized for not passing strong enough insider trading prevention laws. Schweizer himself criticized the SEC for not indicting any members of Congress during the hearing on the law. Congresswoman Maxine Waters was able to avoid ethics charges for helping OneUnited Bank get money from TARP. These are examples of members of Congress deciding not to police themselves and hold each other to the highest standard possible.

These types of situations do nothing to end the notion that Washington politicians are more interested in protecting their own, instead of working for the people who elected them.

The good news is there are people in Congress who want the truth to get out. California Congressman Darrell Issa, South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy, Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul have all been at the forefront of the Benghazi situation demanding answers. This is a good thing. Their calls for an investigation even have House Speaker John Boehner demanding answers. There need to be more people like Issa, Gowdy, Chaffetz and Paul willing to do this.

Congress has to investigate the situation involving Benghazi, regardless of who wins the presidency. Ignoring it would deny the truth not only to the families of the four killed but also the American people, who have been lied to.

H.R.6494

HR 6494 IH

 

112th CONGRESS

 

 

2d Session

 

 

H. R. 6494

 

 

To award posthumously a Congressional Gold Medal to Stewart Lee Udall, in recognition of his contributions to the nation.

 

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

 

 

SEPTEMBER 21, 2012

 

 

Mr. THOMPSON of California (for himself, Mr. CARSON of Indiana, Mr. CLAY, Mr. RANGEL, Mr. BOSWELL, Mr. VAN HOLLEN, Ms. BORDALLO, Mr. LARSEN of Washington, Ms. WOOLSEY, Mr. DINGELL, Mr. RAHALL, Mr. LUJAN, Mr. GEORGE MILLER of California, Ms. DEGETTE, Mr. MEEKS, Ms. MCCOLLUM, Mrs. CHRISTENSEN, Ms. CHU, Ms. LINDA T. SANCHEZ of California, Mr. HEINRICH, Mr. MCGOVERN, Mr. KING of New York, Mr. BLUMENAUER, Mr. STARK, Mr. MATHESON, Mr. MORAN, Mr. QUIGLEY, Mr. KIND, Mr. KILDEE, Mr. NADLER, Mr. GRIJALVA, Ms. ZOE LOFGREN of California, Mr. FARR, Mr. PASCRELL, Mr. FALEOMAVAEGA, Mr. PERLMUTTER, Ms. SCHAKOWSKY, Mr. GARAMENDI, Ms. NORTON, Mr. DEFAZIO, Mr. MARKEY, Ms. PINGREE of Maine, Ms. ESHOO, Ms. HIRONO, Mr. KUCINICH, and Mr. REICHERT) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Financial Services


 

A BILL

 

 

To award posthumously a Congressional Gold Medal to Stewart Lee Udall, in recognition of his contributions to the nation.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

This Act may be cited as the ‘Stewart Lee Udall Congressional Gold Medal Act’.

SEC. 2. FINDINGS.

The Congress finds the following:

(1) Stewart Lee Udall was born on January 31, 1920, in Saint Johns, Arizona, the son of former Arizona Supreme Court Justice Levi Stewart Udall and Louise Lee Udall.

(2) Stewart L. Udall began serving his country in 1942, when he joined the United States Army Air Corps (predecessor of the United States Air Force) in World War II, serving as an enlisted B24 waist gunner in Italy. He flew more than 50 missions over Western Europe over four years, receiving the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters.

(3) After coming home from war, Stewart L. Udall returned to the University of Arizona where he received a bachelors and law degree and was admitted to the Arizona State Bar. After graduating from law school, he began his own private practice and eventually established the law firm of Udall and Udall with his brother Morris K. Udall.

(4) Stewart L. Udall’s first elected office was as a member of the Amphitheater School Board (1951), where he participated in desegregating the Amphitheater School District before the United States Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education.

(5) Beginning in 1954, Stewart L. Udall was elected to serve four terms as United States Representative from Arizona’s second district.

(6) Upon the 1960 Presidential election, President Kennedy appointed Stewart L. Udall as Secretary of the Interior. He maintained this position for eight years, where his accomplishments under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson made him a hero for the environmental and conservation communities.

(7) Among the legislative accomplishments during his cabinet career, Stewart L. Udall helped guide numerous landmark environmental measures through Congress, including the Wilderness Act of 1964, the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965, the Endangered Species Preservation Act of 1966, the National Trail System Act of 1968, the Solid Waste Disposal Act of 1965, the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968, and the Clear Air, Water Quality and Clean Water Restoration Acts and Amendments.

(8) Furthermore, Secretary Udall was a coauthor of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964. This legislation created several new social programs that helped promote the health, education, and general welfare of the impoverished. Some of the programs remaining today include Head Start and the Job Corps.

(9) As Secretary of the Interior in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, Stewart L. Udall expanded the National Park Service by presiding over the acquisition of 3.85 million acres of new holdings, including 4 national parks (Canyonlands in Utah, Redwood in California, North Cascades in Washington State, and Guadalupe Mountains in Texas), 6 national monuments, 9 national recreation areas, 20 historic sites, 50 wildlife refuges, and 8 national seashores.

(10) Furthermore, Stewart L. Udall established the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation to coordinate all Federal outdoor programs.

(11) In September 1966, Secretary Stewart Udall announced the creation of Project EROS, which led the United States to state of the art science and technology that includes Landsat, the longest running acquisition of satellite imagery. Project EROS began as a revolutionary program that utilized earth-orbiting satellites that map the planet to gather data about the Earth’s natural resources along with changes in weather and climate.

(12) During his tenure as Secretary of the Interior, Stewart L. Udall also became a champion of the arts, convincing President Kennedy to invite the renowned poet Robert Frost to speak at his inauguration and setting in motion initiatives that led to the creation of the Kennedy Center, Wolf Trap Farm Park, the National Endowments for the Arts and the Humanities, and the revived Ford’s Theatre.

(13) Additionally, while Stewart L. Udall was Secretary of the Interior, he continued to fight against segregation, when he threatened to refuse the all-white Washington Redskins access to the new DC stadium, of which he was the Federal landlord.

(14) After he left government service, Stewart L. Udall continued helping the American people by becoming a crusader for victims of radiation exposure (particularly Native Americans) resulting from the government’s Cold War nuclear programs. He helped to pass the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act in 1990, which was signed by President George Bush.

(15) Moreover, Stewart L. Udall was a prolific writer, penning countless articles, essays, and op-eds. He also co-authored nine books, and wrote nine of his own, including the seminal title in the conservation movement, ‘The Quiet Crisis’.

(16) Among his many honors, Stewart L. Udall was a recipient of the Ansel Adams Award, the Wilderness Society’s highest conservation award, the Common Cause Public Service Achievement Award for his lifelong protection of the environment and the defense of American citizens who were victims of nuclear weapons testing, and the United Nations Gold Medal for Lifetime Achievement.

(17) Until his passing in 2010, Stewart L. Udall continued his devotion to public service as an author, historian, scholar, lecturer, environmental activist, lawyer, and citizen of the outdoors.

SEC. 3. CONGRESSIONAL GOLD MEDAL.

(a) Presentation Authorized- The Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President pro tempore of the Senate shall make appropriate arrangements for the posthumous presentation, on behalf of the Congress, of a gold medal of appropriate design in commemoration of Stewart Lee Udall, in recognition of his contributions to the nation.

(b) Design and Striking- For purposes of the presentation referred to in subsection (a), the Secretary of the Treasury (referred to in this Act as the ‘Secretary’) shall strike a gold medal with suitable emblems, devices, and inscriptions, to be determined by the Secretary.

SEC. 4. DUPLICATE MEDALS.

The Secretary may strike and sell duplicates in bronze of the gold medal struck pursuant to section 3 under such regulations as the Secretary may prescribe, at a price sufficient to cover the cost thereof, including labor, materials, dies, use of machinery, and overhead expenses, and the cost of the gold medal.

SEC. 5. STATUS OF MEDALS.

(a) National Medals- The medals struck pursuant to this Act are national medals for purposes of chapter 51 of title 31, United States Code.

(b) Numismatic Items- For purposes of section 5134 of title 31, United States Code, all medals struck under this Act shall be considered to be numismatic items.

SEC. 6. AUTHORITY TO USE FUND AMOUNTS; PROCEEDS OF SALE.

(a) Authority To Use Fund Amounts- There is authorized to be charged against the United States Mint Public Enterprise Fund, such amounts as may be necessary to pay for the costs of the medals struck pursuant to this Act.

(b) Proceeds of Sale- Amounts received from the sale of duplicate bronze medals authorized under section 4 shall be deposited into the United States Mint Public Enterprise Fund.

H.R.6578

HR 6578 IH

112th CONGRESS

 

2d Session

 

H. R. 6578

 

To exempt decorative hearth products from energy efficiency regulation under the Energy Policy and Conservation Act.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

 

OCTOBER 23, 2012

 

Mrs. MCMORRIS RODGERS (for herself, Mr. KLINE, and Ms. LINDA T. SANCHEZ of California) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Energy and Commerce


A BILL

 

To exempt decorative hearth products from energy efficiency regulation under the Energy Policy and Conservation Act.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. DECORATIVE HEARTH PRODUCTS.

Section 321 of the Energy Policy and Conservation Act (42 U.S.C. 6291) is amended by inserting at the end the following:

‘(67) DECORATIVE HEARTH PRODUCTS- (A) The term ‘decorative hearth product’ means a vented gas fireplace, stove, gas fireplace insert, or gas log set that–

‘(i) is not certified to the ANSI Z21.88 standard and, in the case of vented gas fireplaces, stoves, and gas fireplace inserts, is certified to the ANSI Z21.50 standard; and

‘(ii) is sold without a thermostat and with a warranty provision expressly voiding all manufacturer warranties in the event the product is used with a thermostat.

‘(B) A vented gas fireplace, stove, gas fireplace insert, or gas log set that is not a decorative hearth product as defined in subparagraph (A) shall be treated as direct heating equipment for purposes of this part.

‘(C) Decorative hearth products shall not be considered direct heating equipment and may not be classified as covered products under this part.’.

H.R.3973

HR 3973 RH

 

Union Calendar No. 506

 

112th CONGRESS

 

2d Session

 

H. R. 3973

 

[Report No. 112-692]

 

To facilitate the development of energy on Indian lands by reducing Federal regulations that impede tribal development of Indian lands, and for other purposes.

 

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

 

FEBRUARY 7, 2012

 

Mr. YOUNG of Alaska introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Natural Resources

 

OCTOBER 23, 2012

 

Additional sponsors: Mr. GOSAR and Mr. BERG

 

OCTOBER 23, 2012

 

Reported with an amendment, committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, and ordered to be printed

 

[Strike out all after the enacting clause and insert the part printed in italic]

 

[For text of introduced bill, see copy of bill as introduced on February 7, 2012]

 


A BILL

 

To facilitate the development of energy on Indian lands by reducing Federal regulations that impede tribal development of Indian lands, and for other purposes.

 

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

This Act may be cited as the ‘Native American Energy Act’.

SEC. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS.

The table of contents for this Act is as follows:

 

Sec. 1. Short title.

 

Sec. 2. Table of Contents.

 

Sec. 3. Appraisals.

 

Sec. 4. Standardization.

 

Sec. 5. Environmental reviews of major Federal actions on Indian lands.

 

Sec. 6. Indian Energy Development Offices.

 

Sec. 7. BLM Oil and Gas Fees.

 

Sec. 8. Bonding requirements and nonpayment of attorneys’ fees to promote indian energy projects.

 

Sec. 9. Tribal biomass demonstration project.

 

Sec. 10. Tribal Resource Management Plans.

 

Sec. 11. Leases of Restricted Lands for the Navajo Nation.

 

Sec. 12. Nonapplicability of certain rules.

 

SEC. 3. APPRAISALS.

(a) Amendment- Title XXVI of the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (25 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.) is amended by adding at the end the following:

‘SEC. 2607. APPRAISAL REFORMS.

‘(a) Options to Indian Tribes- With respect to a transaction involving Indian land or the trust assets of an Indian tribe that requires the approval of the Secretary, any appraisal relating to fair market value required to be conducted under applicable law, regulation, or policy may be completed by–

 

‘(1) the Secretary;

 

‘(2) the affected Indian tribe; or

 

‘(3) a certified, third-party appraiser pursuant to a contract with the Indian tribe.

 

‘(b) Time Limit on Secretarial Review and Action- Not later than 30 days after the date on which the Secretary receives an appraisal conducted by or for an Indian tribe pursuant to paragraphs (2) or (3) of subsection (a), the Secretary shall–

 

‘(1) review the appraisal; and

 

‘(2) provide to the Indian tribe a written notice of approval or disapproval of the appraisal.

 

‘(c) Failure of Secretary To Approve or Disapprove- If, after 60 days, the Secretary has failed to approve or disapprove any appraisal received, the appraisal shall be deemed approved.

 

‘(d) Option to Indian Tribes To Waive Appraisal-

 

‘(1) An Indian tribe wishing to waive the requirements of subsection (a), may do so after it has satisfied the requirements of subsections (2) and (3) below.

 

‘(2) An Indian tribe wishing to forego the necessity of a waiver pursuant to this section must provide to the Secretary a written resolution, statement, or other unambiguous indication of tribal intent, duly approved by the governing body of the Indian tribe.

 

‘(3) The unambiguous indication of intent provided by the Indian tribe to the Secretary under paragraph (2) must include an express waiver by the Indian tribe of any claims for damages it might have against the United States as a result of the lack of an appraisal undertaken.

 

‘(e) Definition- For purposes of this subsection, the term ‘appraisal’ includes appraisals and other estimates of value.

 

‘(f) Regulations- The Secretary shall develop regulations for implementing this section, including standards the Secretary shall use for approving or disapproving an appraisal.’.

 

(b) Conforming Amendment- The table of contents of the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (42 U.S.C. 13201 note) is amended by adding at the end of the items relating to title XXVI the following:

 

‘Sec. 2607. Appraisal reforms.’.

SEC. 4. STANDARDIZATION.

As soon as practicable after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of the Interior shall implement procedures to ensure that each agency within the Department of the Interior that is involved in the review, approval, and oversight of oil and gas activities on Indian lands shall use a uniform system of reference numbers and tracking systems for oil and gas wells.

SEC. 5. ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEWS OF MAJOR FEDERAL ACTIONS ON INDIAN LANDS.

Section 102 of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4332) is amended by inserting ‘(a) In General- ’ before the first sentence, and by adding at the end the following:

 

‘(b) Review of Major Federal Actions on Indian Lands-

 

‘(1) IN GENERAL- For any major Federal action on Indian lands of an Indian tribe requiring the preparation of a statement under subsection (a)(2)(C), the statement shall only be available for review and comment by the members of the Indian tribe and by any other individual residing within the affected area.

 

‘(2) REGULATIONS- The Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality shall develop regulations to implement this section, including descriptions of affected areas for specific major Federal actions, in consultation with Indian tribes.

 

‘(3) DEFINITIONS- In this subsection, each of the terms ‘Indian land’ and ‘Indian tribe’ has the meaning given that term in section 2601 of the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (25 U.S.C. 3501).

 

‘(4) CLARIFICATION OF AUTHORITY- Nothing in the Native American Energy Act, except section 8 of that Act, shall give the Secretary any additional authority over energy projects on Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act lands.’.

SEC. 6. INDIAN ENERGY DEVELOPMENT OFFICES.

Section 2602(a) of the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (25 U.S.C. 3502(a)) is amended–

 

(1) by redesignating paragraph (3) as paragraph (4);

 

(2) by inserting after paragraph (2) the following:

 

‘(3) INDIAN ENERGY DEVELOPMENT OFFICES-

 

‘(A) ESTABLISHMENT- To assist the Secretary in carrying out the Program, the Secretary shall establish within the Department of the Interior not less than 5 offices.

 

‘(B) NAMING- Each office established under subparagraph (A) shall be known as an ‘Indian Energy Development Office’.

 

‘(C) LOCATION- The Secretary shall locate each Indian Energy Development Office–

 

‘(i) within a regional or agency office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs; and

 

‘(ii) to the maximum extent practicable, in an area in which there exists a high quantity of tribal energy development opportunities, as determined by the Secretary in consultation with Indian tribes.

 

‘(D) DIRECTORS- Each Indian Energy Development Office established under this paragraph shall be headed by a director.

 

‘(E) DUTIES- The director of each Indian Energy Development Office shall–

 

‘(i) provide energy-related information and resources to Indian tribes and tribal members;

 

‘(ii) coordinate meetings and outreach among Indian tribes, tribal members, energy companies, and relevant Federal, State, and tribal agencies;

 

‘(iii) oversee, and ensure the timely processing of, Indian energy applications, permits, licenses, and other documents that are subject to development, review, or processing by–

 

‘(I) the Bureau of Indian Affairs;

 

‘(II) the Bureau of Land Management;

 

‘(III) the National Park Service;

 

‘(IV) the United States Fish and Wildlife Service;

 

‘(V) the Bureau of Reclamation;

 

‘(VI) the Minerals Management Service; or

 

‘(VII) the Office of Special Trustee for American Indians of the Department of the Interior; and

 

‘(iv) consult with Indian tribes that will be served by an Indian Energy Development Office to determine what services, information, facilities, or programs would best expedite the responsible development of energy resources.

 

‘(F) STAFF- Each Indian Energy Development Office established under this paragraph shall be adequately staffed to meet the demand for energy permitting in the region or agency where the office is established.’.

SEC. 7. BLM OIL AND GAS FEES.

The Secretary of the Interior, acting through the Bureau of Land Management, shall not collect any fee for any of the following:

 

(1) For an application for a permit to drill on Indian land.

 

(2) To conduct any oil or gas inspection activity on Indian land.

 

(3) On any oil or gas lease for nonproducing acreage on Indian land.

SEC. 8. BONDING REQUIREMENTS AND NONPAYMENT OF ATTORNEYS’ FEES TO PROMOTE INDIAN ENERGY PROJECTS.

(a) In General- A plaintiff who obtains a preliminary injunction or administrative stay in an energy related action, but does not ultimately prevail on the merits of the energy related action, shall be liable for damages sustained by a defendant who–

 

(1) opposed the preliminary injunction or administrative stay; and

 

(2) was harmed by the preliminary injunction or administrative stay.

 

(b) Bond- Unless otherwise specifically exempted by Federal law, a court may not issue a preliminary injunction and an agency may not grant an administrative stay in an energy related action until the plaintiff posts with the court or the agency a surety bond or cash equivalent–

 

(1) in an amount the court or agency decides is 30 percent of that amount that the court or agency considers is sufficient to compensate each defendant opposing the preliminary injunction or administrative stay for damages, including but not limited to preliminary development costs, additional development costs, and reasonable attorney fees, that each defendant may sustain as a result of the preliminary injunction or administrative stay;

 

(2) written by a surety licensed to do business in the state in which the Indian Land or other land where the activities are undertaken is situated; and

 

(3) payable to each defendant opposing the preliminary injunction or administrative stay, in the event that the plaintiff does not prevail on the merits of the energy related action, Provided, that, if there is more than one plaintiff, the court or agency shall establish the amount of the bond required by this Subsection for each plaintiff in a fair and equitable manner.

 

(c) Limitation on Certain Payments- Notwithstandingsection 1304 of title 31, United States Code, no award may be made under section 504 of title 5, United States Code, or under section 2412 of title 28, United States Code, and no amounts may be obligated or expended from the Claims and Judgment Fund of the United States Treasury to pay any fees or other expenses under such sections to any plaintiff related to an energy related action.

 

(d) Definitions- For the purposes of this section, the following definitions apply:

 

(1) ADMINISTRATIVE STAY- The term ‘Administrative Stay’ means a stay or other temporary remedy issued by a Federal agency, including the Department of the Interior, the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Energy, the Department of Commerce, and the Environmental Protection Agency.

 

(2) INDIAN LAND- The term ‘Indian Land’ has the same meaning given such term in section 203(c)(3) of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (Public Law 109-58; 25 U.S.C. 3501), including lands owned by Native Corporations under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (Public Law 92-203; 43 U.S.C. 1601).

 

(3) ENERGY RELATED ACTION- The term ‘energy related action’ means a cause of action that–

 

(A) is filed on or after the effective date of this Act; and

 

(B) seeks judicial review of a final agency action (as defined insection 702 of title 5, United States Code), to issue a permit, license, or other form of agency permission allowing:

 

(i) any person or entity to conduct activities on Indian Land, which activities involve the exploration, development, production or transportation of oil, gas, coal, shale gas, oil shale, geothermal resources, wind or solar resources, underground coal gasification, biomass, or the generation of electricity, or

 

(ii) any Indian Tribe, or any organization of two or more entities, at least one of which is an Indian tribe, to conduct activities involving the exploration, development, production or transportation of oil, gas, coal, shale gas, oil shale, geothermal resources, wind or solar resources, underground coal gasification, biomass, or the generation of electricity, regardless of where such activities are undertaken.

 

(4) ULTIMATELY PREVAIL ON THE MERITS- The phrase ‘Ultimately prevail on the merits’ means, in a final enforceable judgment on the merits, the court rules in the plaintiff’s favor on at least one cause of action which is an underlying rationale for the preliminary injunction, and does not include circumstances where the final agency action is modified or amended by the issuing agency unless such modification or amendment is required pursuant to a final enforceable judgment of the court or a court-ordered consent decree.

SEC. 9. TRIBAL BIOMASS DEMONSTRATION PROJECT.

The Tribal Forest Protection Act of 2004 (25 U.S.C. 3115a) is amended by inserting after section 2 the following:

‘SEC. 3. TRIBAL BIOMASS DEMONSTRATION PROJECT.

‘(a) In General- For each of fiscal years 2013 through 2017, the Secretary shall enter into stewardship contracts or other agreements, other than agreements that are exclusively direct service contracts, with Indian tribes to carry out demonstration projects to promote biomass energy production (including biofuel, heat, and electricity generation) on Indian forest land and in nearby communities by providing reliable supplies of woody biomass from Federal land.

 

‘(b) Definitions- The definitions in section 2 shall apply to this section.

 

‘(c) Demonstration Projects- In each fiscal year for which projects are authorized, the Secretary shall enter into contracts or other agreements described in subsection (a) to carry out at least 4 new demonstration projects that meet the eligibility criteria described in subsection (d).

 

‘(d) Eligibility Criteria- To be eligible to enter into a contract or other agreement under this subsection, an Indian tribe shall submit to the Secretary an application–

 

‘(1) containing such information as the Secretary may require; and

 

‘(2) that includes a description of–

 

‘(A) the Indian forest land or rangeland under the jurisdiction of the Indian tribe; and

 

‘(B) the demonstration project proposed to be carried out by the Indian tribe.

 

‘(e) Selection- In evaluating the applications submitted under subsection (c), the Secretary–

 

‘(1) shall take into consideration the factors set forth in paragraphs (1) and (2) of section 2(e) ofPublic Law 108-278; and whether a proposed demonstration project would–

 

‘(A) increase the availability or reliability of local or regional energy;

 

‘(B) enhance the economic development of the Indian tribe;

 

‘(C) improve the connection of electric power transmission facilities serving the Indian tribe with other electric transmission facilities;

 

‘(D) improve the forest health or watersheds of Federal land or Indian forest land or rangeland; or

 

‘(E) otherwise promote the use of woody biomass; and

 

‘(2) shall exclude from consideration any merchantable logs that have been identified by the Secretary for commercial sale.

 

‘(f) Implementation- The Secretary shall–

 

‘(1) ensure that the criteria described in subsection (c) are publicly available by not later than 120 days after the date of enactment of this section; and

 

‘(2) to the maximum extent practicable, consult with Indian tribes and appropriate intertribal organizations likely to be affected in developing the application and otherwise carrying out this section.

 

‘(g) Report- Not later than September 20, 2015, the Secretary shall submit to Congress a report that describes, with respect to the reporting period–

 

‘(1) each individual tribal application received under this section; and

 

‘(2) each contract and agreement entered into pursuant to this section.

 

‘(h) Incorporation of Management Plans- In carrying out a contract or agreement under this section, on receipt of a request from an Indian tribe, the Secretary shall incorporate into the contract or agreement, to the extent practicable, management plans (including forest management and integrated resource management plans) in effect on the Indian forest land or rangeland of the respective Indian tribe.

 

‘(i) Term- A stewardship contract or other agreement entered into under this section–

 

‘(1) shall be for a term of not more than 20 years; and

 

‘(2) may be renewed in accordance with this section for not more than an additional 10 years.’.

SEC. 10. TRIBAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PLANS.

Unless otherwise explicitly exempted by Federal law enacted after the date of the enactment of this Act, any activity conducted or resources harvested or produced pursuant to a tribal resource management plan or an integrated resource management plan approved by the Secretary of the Interior under the National Indian Forest Resources Management Act (25 U.S.C. 3101 et seq.) or the American Indian Agricultural Resource Management Act (25 U.S.C. 3701 et seq.), shall be considered a sustainable management practice for purposes of any Federal standard, benefit, or requirement that requires a demonstration of such sustainability.

SEC. 11. LEASES OF RESTRICTED LANDS FOR THE NAVAJO NATION.

Subsection (e)(1) of the first section of the Act of August 9, 1955, (25 U.S.C. 415(e)(1); commonly referred to as the ‘Long-Term Leasing Act’) is amended–

 

(1) by striking ‘, except a lease for’ and inserting ‘, including leases for’;

 

(2) in subparagraph (A), by striking ‘25’ the first place it appears and all that follows and inserting ‘99 years;’;

 

(3) in subparagraph (B), by striking the period and inserting ‘; and’; and

 

(4) by adding at the end the following:

 

‘(C) in the case of a lease for the exploration, development, or extraction of mineral resources, including geothermal resources, 25 years, except that any such lease may include an option to renew for one additional term not to exceed 25 years.’.

SEC. 12. NONAPPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN RULES.

No rule promulgated by the Department of the Interior regarding hydraulic fracturing used in the development or production of oil or gas resources shall have any effect on any land held in trust or restricted status for the benefit of Indians except with the express consent of the beneficiary on whose behalf such land is held in trust or restricted status.

Union Calendar No. 506

 

112th CONGRESS

 

2d Session

 

H. R. 3973

 

[Report No. 112-692]

 

A BILL

 

To facilitate the development of energy on Indian lands by reducing Federal regulations that impede tribal development of Indian lands, and for other purposes.

 


OCTOBER 23, 2012

 

Reported with an amendment, committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, and ordered to be printed

H.R.6579

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112th CONGRESS

2d Session

H. R. 6579

To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to deny any deduction for compensatory payments made to any person or governmental entity on account of the April 20, 2010, explosion on and sinking of the mobile offshore drilling unit Deepwater Horizon.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

OCTOBER 26, 2012

Mr. BONNER introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Ways and Means


A BILL

To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to deny any deduction for compensatory payments made to any person or governmental entity on account of the April 20, 2010, explosion on and sinking of the mobile offshore drilling unit Deepwater Horizon.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. DENIAL OF DEDUCTION FOR COMPENSATORY PAYMENTS ON ACCOUNT OF THE APRIL 20, 2010, DEEPWATER HORIZON INCIDENT.

(a) In General- Section 162 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (relating to trade or business expenses) is amended by redesignating subsection (h) as subsection (i) and by inserting after subsection (g) the following new subsection:

‘(h) Compensatory Payments on Account of the April 20, 2010, Deepwater Horizon Incident- No deduction shall be allowed under subsection (a) for compensatory payments made to any person or governmental entity on account of the April 20, 2010, explosion on and sinking of the mobile offshore drilling unit Deepwater Horizon.’.

 

(b) Effective Date- The amendments made by this section shall apply to payments made after April, 20, 2010, in taxable years ending after such date.

H.R.6580

112th CONGRESS

2d Session

H. R. 6580

To amend title 5, United States Code, to allow veterans who receive health care from the Department of Veterans Affairs to be eligible for supplemental dental and vision insurance under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

OCTOBER 26, 2012

Ms. FUDGE introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and in addition to the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned


A BILL

To amend title 5, United States Code, to allow veterans who receive health care from the Department of Veterans Affairs to be eligible for supplemental dental and vision insurance under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

This Act may be cited as the ‘Veterans Dental and Vision Benefits Act of 2012’.

SEC. 2. ELIGIBILITY OF VETERANS FOR SUPPLEMENTAL DENTAL AND VISION INSURANCE.

(a) Dental Benefits-

(1) IN GENERAL- Section 8951 of title 5, United States Code, is amended–

(A) in paragraph (3)–

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            (i) by inserting ‘or a covered veteran described in paragraph (8)’ after ‘paragraph (1) or (2)’; and

(ii) by inserting ‘or the covered veteran’ after ‘the individual’; and

(B) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:

‘(8) The term ‘covered veteran’ means a veteran who is enrolled in the health care system established under section 1705(a) of title 38.’.

 

(2) PREMIUM SUPPORT FOR VETERANS FACING HARDSHIP- Section 8958(a) of title 5, United States Code, is amended–

(A) by striking ‘Each eligible’ and inserting ‘(1) Except as provided by paragraph (2), each eligible’; and

(B) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:

‘(2) If the Secretary of Veterans Affairs determines that a covered veteran obtaining supplemental dental coverage under this chapter is unable to pay the premiums described in paragraph (1) because of financial hardship, such veteran shall not be responsible for any of such premiums.’.

 

(b) Vision Benefits-

(1) IN GENERAL- Section 8981 of title 5, United States Code, is amended–

(A) in paragraph (3)–

(i) by inserting ‘or a covered veteran described in paragraph (8)’ after ‘paragraph (1) or (2)’; and

(ii) by inserting ‘or the covered veteran’ after ‘the individual’; and

(B) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:

‘(8) The term ‘covered veteran’ means a veteran who is enrolled in the health care system established under section 1705(a) of title 38.’.

 

(2) PREMIUM SUPPORT FOR VETERANS FACING HARDSHIP- Section 8988(a) of title 5, United States Code, is amended–

(A) by striking ‘Each eligible’ and inserting ‘(1) Except as provided by paragraph (2), each eligible’; and

(B) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:

‘(2) If the Secretary of Veterans Affairs determines that a covered veteran obtaining supplemental vision coverage under this chapter is unable to pay the premiums described in paragraph (1) because of financial hardship, such veteran shall not be responsible for any of such premiums.’.

 

(c) Cooperation- The Secretary of Veterans Affairs shall cooperate with the Director of the Office of Personnel Management to ensure that a veteran who is enrolled in the health care system established under section 1705(a) of title 38, United States Code, is eligible for the supplemental dental and vision insurance benefits under chapters 89A and 89B of title 5, United States Code.

(d) Outreach- The Secretary of Veterans Affairs may conduct outreach to inform veterans of the supplemental dental and vision insurance provided to veterans under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program pursuant to chapters 89A and 89B of title 5, United States Code, as amended by this section.

(e) Reports- Once during each three-year period beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act and ending on the date that is nine years after the date of such enactment, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs shall submit to Congress a report on the implementation of providing veterans with supplemental dental and vision insurance under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program pursuant to chapters 89A and 89B of title 5, United States Code, as amended by this section.

(f) Effective Date- The amendments made by this section shall take effect 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act.

Stupid People Should Not Be Allowed To Vote

Anywhere, but in particular, they should not be allowed to vote in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The court case drags on here, and the excuses keep piling up. When the logistical issue of having poll workers check ID’s was thrown out, they jumped to the problems for voters acquiring ID’s. Considering that all voters should have been informed during the primaries that they would need photo ID to vote, and since there’s been intermittent press coverage on this all year, it is difficult to understand why anyone that actually wants to vote hasn’t managed to get the ID required at this point. Even the primary individuals that were the cause for the current case have ID now. And, PennDOT, the agency charged with providing the needed ID’s, has relaxed requirements for obtaining a “voter only ID.” Then there is also the issue that apparently the majority of Pennsylvanians are in favor of needing photo ID to vote. That came out after Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson indicated he may block the law at least in part. Today he was set to hear testimony from plaintiff witnesses – presumably the court was treated to a parade of persons incapable of finding a PennDOT office, and acquiring a free Voter ID.

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On the legal end, the arguments have been laughable, and beyond frustrating. Those against Voter ID have been clinging to their “it will disenfranchise the elderly and minorities” contention, in spite of evidence to the contrary. And then on the other side is the frustrating, vicious cycle on voter fraud. There is no real proof of voter fraud in the Commonwealth, but the only reason why there isn’t is because there is no requirement to verify anyone’s identity when they cast a ballot. Sadly, it calls to mind Nancy Pelosi’s infamous “you have to pass it to know what’s in it” statement – we have to implement the law to know how bad the voter fraud problem is in the first place.

And if it would turn out there is no real fraud, I for one will not believe it. Over the years, I have seen so many irregularities at the polls that made me wonder whether or not certain individuals had been visiting several polling stations to cast ballots. But hey, maybe I misunderstood it when I’d overhear people talking about visiting several polling stations in one day, and casting provisional ballots at each one. But, that’s not fraud, right? Well, it’s not the sort that can stand up in court.

But, this is supposed to be about stupid people that shouldn’t vote. At this point, it’s become fairly obvious that the only people in Pennsylvania that should be having any difficulty with getting a Voter ID are either functionally illiterate, or otherwise mentally incapable of completing a simple form with a legal name and birth date. One no longer needs to prove residency anymore to get the precious little photo now – that I personally find objectionable, of course. And to keep things in perspective, one must remember that Pennsylvania is control state, as in all liquor sales are funneled through the Commonwealth. We only recently started being able to purchase beer in our supermarkets, and at least in the ones near my home, one must provide a state-issued photo ID just to get a brew at the grocery store. It doesn’t matter what age someone is because the cash register system will not permit the transaction to go through without the cashier scanning the barcode on the back of all ID’s. So, if you are so stupid that you can’t manage to get an ID so you can buy a six-pack at the grocery store here, I sincerely question whether or not you should be permitted to vote. Yes, I said it. Voting is a right, and thanks to this nonsense here in Pennsylvania, I’m moving to the point where I think it should be a privilege. If people can’t manage to do simple things like obtain a photo ID, they really shouldn’t be voting at all. I’d go farther and suggest that if people can’t pass a basic test that shows they understand the offices they are casting ballots on, they shouldn’t be permitted to vote. I can just hear the left-wing screaming foul on that last one, since they wouldn’t be able to rely on welfare-dependent, illiterate constituents to keep them in office.

My Response To Obama’s #ForAll Photos

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The Obama campaign has had ‘prominent’ Democrats tweet photos of themselves with words written on the back of their hands, such as “Obama Care”, “Medical Research”, and “For Our Kids”.

My problem is that the important issues are not being addressed by the Obama Administration, as well as the Obama campaign.

So here is my response:

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What else needs to be said?

 

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GOP Adopts 95% of the ‘Freedom Platform’

While the Republican Party and the Tea Party are still two vastly different factions, the Republicans Party is beginning to accept some of the grassroots ideals of the Tea Party. For the first time the Republican Party is accepting official party planks from grassroots organizations.RNC 2012

Last week, it was released that the GOP had accepted 11.5 of 12 planks which were part of the Freedom Platform, a platform developed straight from the people and the grassroots organization, FreedomWorks. The Freedom Platform embraces all forms of Conservatism and limited-government.

FreedomWorks asked their activists to go online and participate in a survey. In that survey they were asked to choose between two randomly selected policy-based questions. From the selections of close to 1.2 million people, and town-hall meetings with activists across the country, the Freedom Platform was developed. This ensured that the platform would include all of the policies that represented the grassroots.

Matt Kibbe, President and CEO of FreedomWorks, in a recent FoxNews column:

The GOP platform will include almost every plank of the crowd-sourced Freedom Platform. In
other words, 95 percent of the grassroots’ top priorities are being adopted as priorities for the
Republican Party.

Thanks to the efforts of an engaged fiscal conservative constituency, Republicans have
committed to repeal ObamaCare and pursue patient-centered reforms that return the decision-
making power from the government back to doctors and patients. The Republicans are
also committed to stopping the impending tax hikes, reversing the Obama spending spree,
implementing accountability for balancing the budget, and restoring fairness to our tax system
by pursuing a flatter tax.

Mirroring the Freedom Platform, the GOP platform strongly rejects cap-and-trade, protects
small businesses from the Environmental Protection Agency’s costly over-regulation, and
commits to unleashing America’s vast domestic energy potential. The Republican platform also
pledges to institute an annual audit of the Federal Reserve.

The only element of the Freedom Platform the GOP didn’t accept was the proposal to eliminate
the Department of Education. This proposal was actually a major plank of the Republican
platform from 1980 to 2000, until then-Gov. George W. Bush had it removed. Even so, the 2012 platform contains good language on the need for local control of education, as well as a very strong endorsement of school choice, both of which are key reforms supported by grassroots conservatives nationwide.

The 2012 GOP platform isn’t perfect by any means, but it represents significant progress within
the Republican Party in recognizing the importance of embracing bold, fiscal conservative
solutions for our nation’s myriad problems. While the Republican Party’s new platform reflects
well on its willingness to take a stand for principled policies, it also says a lot about how the Tea
Party has grown in lasting political influence.

No longer “just” a massive protest movement or even a well-oiled “Get out the Vote” machine,
the Tea Party has matured into a strong, focused policy powerhouse. The success of the Freedom Platform should forever put to rest the ridiculous notion that Tea Party conservatives
are incapable of engaging in the mainstream political arena without compromising their
principles. Grassroots conservatives stood firmly behind principled policies, and the Republican
Party listened.

This victory doesn’t mean the bottom-up campaign of individuals for sound economic policy
is over. Tea Partiers are still wary of the establishment, and no political party can ease the
grassroots into complacency with platform promises.

Finally the time has come that the Republican Party, a party which by all accounts in full of Progressive-lites, has finally taken a major step toward true fiscal and social Conservatism by adopting 95% of the Freedom Platform. While we should be excited that the GOP has adopted these planks, we shouldn’t let our guard down. We must make sure that the GOP and the Republican leaders follow through.

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