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Thread: ITAR/ International Shiiping Changes

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    Lightbulb ITAR/ International Shiiping Changes

    ITAR/USML III changes coming March 9th.

    Here is a link: https://www.federalregister.gov/docu...longer-warrant

    Looks like small retail orders of ammunition components will be legal soon? My head hurts reading all that...

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    Can anyone who has read this tell me if barrels are now able to be exported without the high fee for paperwork etc.

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    This legal speak is confusing. It says the barrels are controlled under USML Category 1 and 2. Best I can tell they are still under ITAR.

    Here is a list I found online:

    The following items will still be ITAR-controlled after the adoption of the amendments:

    Silencers, mufflers and sound suppressors;
    Barrels, receivers (frames), bolts, bold carriers, slides and sears “specially designed” for the items covered under the newly revised USML Category I (a), (b) and (d);
    Drum and other magazines for firearms to .50 caliber (12.7 mm) inclusive with a capacity greater than 50 rounds, regardless of jurisdiction of the firearm, and specially designed parts and components therefor;
    Parts and components specially designed for conversion of a semiautomatic firearm to a fully automatic firearm;
    Accessories or attachments specially designed to automatically stabilize aim (other than gun rests) or for automatic targeting, and specially designed parts and components therefor;
    Parts and components specially designed for defense articles described in newly revised Category I (c) and (e);
    Certain ammunition handling equipment; and
    Gun barrels, rails, tubes, and receivers specially designed for the weapons controlled in paragraphs (a) and (d) of the revised USML category II.

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