ATF Issues Ruling 2017-1

ATF Ruling 2017-1 Revoking Certain Guidance Documents
On December 21, 2017, the ATF issued ATF Ruling 2017-1 Revoking Certain Guidance Documents.

ATF Ruling 2017-1

Revoking Certain Guidance Documents
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is revoking several guidance documents; specifically three rulings, one procedure, and two industry circulars.
It has been determined that the following list of guidance documents are unnecessary, either in whole or in part, to the appropriate application of current law and regulations. Therefore, these guidance documents are hereby revoked. These documents are listed below, in the order in which they were issued.
DocumentStatus
ATF Procedure 75-4Procedure incorporated into the Application for Explosives License or Permit, ATF Form 5400.13/16.
Industry Circular 75-10Industry circular incorporated into the Application for Explosives License or Permit, ATF Form 5400.13/16.
ATF Ruling 85-3Ruling made obsolete by amendments to 18 U.S.C. 922(b)(3).
Industry Circular 85-3Industry circular made obsolete by amendments to 18 U.S.C. 922(b)(3).
ATF Ruling 2001-1Ruling made unnecessary and obsolete as the registration Period ended May 1, 2001.
ATF Ruling 2004-1Ruling made obsolete by amendments to 27 CFR 478.11; (definition of  “State of Residence”).
 Held; that the three rulings, one procedure, and two industry circulars listed in this ruling are hereby revoked.
Date Approved: 12-20-2017
By: Thomas E. Brandon, Deputy Director


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