Gun rights advocates have reportedly now lobbied for the incoming Trump administration to do away with a recently finalized ruling that would collate information gathered from the Social Security System into the FBI's National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) database. The ruling was originally submitted as part of the [more]
The National Rifle Association (NRA) seems to be quite happy with how 2016 had turned out as the organization tweeted the record breaking number of last year's background checks on its official Twitter account. The organization expressed its delight on how Americans are apparently embracing their right to bear arms [more]
Background checks have always been reserved as an added security measure for high-profile or high risk situations such as firearm purchases, security-related job applications, and safety-related fields. However, a South Carolina State representative seems to want to make it as a requirement for people who want to apply for a [more]
On the fourth day of the federal trail for gunman, Dylan Roof, who shot down nine parishioners during a bible study session inside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, two of the state's senator filed new background check Senate Bills that were aimed at closing the [more]
The recently concluded 2016 Black Friday sales event saw hordes of consumers flocking to different retail outlets to try to get the best deals on the latest electronics and gadgets. However, new data from the FBI National Instant Background Check System (FBI NICS) has revealed that gadgets apparently weren't the [more]
The recently held presidential elections had varying effects on businesses, supply, manufacturing, and the economy as a whole. However, reports have now revealed that the election, and president-elect Donald Trump’s win, apparently also influenced the country’s overall gun sales trend. According to reports, several gun retailers had initially prepared themselves for [more]
The service is part of the successful gun control law started by the Brady Gun Control Act, the service is free for FLL holders, and provides instant background checks for gun purchasers with fast notification of approval or denial through high speed searches within the FBI criminal database.
The only requirement is to fill out a form on the site, as well as installing an online certificate within an FLL card holder’s computer with which he wants to conduct the searches from. This can be done on any computer system that has access to the internet.
This function enables FFLs to initiate an unassisted NICS background check for firearm transfers via the internet. The NICS Section ensured that security was a priority during the development and implementation of the NICS E-Check. The NICS E-Check is monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, for misuse and unauthorized access. In addition, the NICS E-Check denies access to any individual whose identification is not known to the system.
For additional information pertaining to the NICS E-Check or the system’s availability in your state, you may contact the NICS Section via 1-877-444-6427 (select option three) or access the NICS E-Check Web site.