REFERENCE LITERATURE IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS INDICATES THERE IS STILL ACTIVE CRIMINAL SUBVERSION, AND A CONSPIRACY
Jun 26, 1934
National Firearms Act Passes
Reacting to the violence associated with organized crime, Congress passes the National Firearms Act, imposing a $200 per gun tax on the sale of sawed-off shotguns and machine guns.
Jun 30, 1938
Federal Firearms Act Signed
President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Federal Firearms Act into law, requiring interstate gun dealers to obtain dealer licenses and record the names and addresses of those purchasing guns. The law also prohibits the sale of guns to persons convicted of violent felonies
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