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Old January 16, 2013, 11:47 PM   #129
Metal god
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Quote:
POC (Point of Contact) means a
State or local law enforcement agency
serving as an intermediary between an
FFL and the federal databases checked
by the NICS. A POC will receive NICS
background check requests from FFLs,
check state or local record systems,
perform NICS inquiries, determine
whether matching records provide information
demonstrating that an individual
is disqualified from possessing a
firearm under Federal or State law, and
respond to FFLs with the results of a
NICS background check. A POC will be
an agency with express or implied authority
to perform POC duties pursuant
to State statute, regulation, or executive
order
.
Does this mean the POC can be changed or manipulated by executive order .

Somebody a lot smarter then me needs to reed that stuff . It seems quite complex and does appear to store some if not all of your private info . Im still reading it and have not seen anything stating if the info on the computers is a complete personal history or if it's just the negative things that would proclude you from owning a firearm

EDIT:
Quote:
(c) The following records in the FBIoperated
terminals of the NICS will be
subject to the Brady Act's requirements
for destruction:
(1) All inquiry and response messages
(regardless of media) relating
to a background check that results in
an allowed transfer; and
(2) All information (regardless of
media) contained in the NICS Audit
Log relating to a background check
that results in an allowed transfer.
(d) The following records of State
and local law enforcement units serving
as POCs will be subject to the Brady
Act's requirements for destruction:
(1) All inquiry and response messages
(regardless of media) relating
to the initiation and result of a check
of the NICS that allows a transfer
that are not part of a record system
created and maintained pursuant to
independent State law regarding
firearms transactions; and
(2) All other records relating to the
person or the transfer created as a
result of a NICS check that are not
part of a record system created and
maintained pursuant to independent
State law regarding firearms transactions
I alway wanted to know why I needed to do a background check each time I buy a gun . They know I have 20 guns why do you need to check me when I buy my 21st ? clearly if I wanted to do harm I could just use one of the other 20 I already have . That explains it . They do have to destroy the records and that is why the background check needs to be done each and every time .
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