Because they filled out ATF Form 4473, legal gun owners taking legal medication
are being forced to hand over their guns to police.
Guns.com wrote that Hawaiian police told gun owners they had a week to turn over their guns or else.
If they didn’t, the police told these law-abiding citizens they were going to come and take them away by force.
Odds are, you’ve filled out Form 4473 too.
You just know it by a different name - The NICS Background Check.
Since 1993, ever since the Brady Bill was signed into law, 97% of gun purchases have been made using Form 4473.
What you may not realize is Form 4473 form puts everyone - including you
- on a federal registry.
A registry the Feds can use to seize your guns just like they’re doing in Hawaii right now.
The number #1 way to guarantee your guns are never seized is by knowing gun law “workarounds” like those found in this FREE Guerrilla Gun Guide.
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- Why understanding the true definition of a firearm is so important. Know this and they won’t be able to track down your firearm - ahem, I mean your “gun.”
- Which ATF forms to avoid at all costs. You already learned about Form 4473, now it’s time to see what bad things happen when you fill the other ones out.
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