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A Firearms Transaction Record, or ATF Form 4473, is a six-page form prescribed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) required to be completed when a person proposes to purchase a firearm from a Federal Firearms License (FFL) holder, such as a gun dealer.[1]




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These forms are given the same status as a tax return under the Privacy Act of 1974 and cannot be disclosed by the government to private parties or other government officials except in accordance with the Privacy Act. Individual dealers possessing a copy of the form are not subject to the Privacy Act's restrictions on disclosure. Dealers are required to maintain completed forms for 20 years in the case of completed sales, and for 5 years where the sale was disapproved as a result of the NICS check.


In 2016, the ATF made several changes to the form, including adding a warning statement that the use of marijuana is illegal under federal law, regardless of whether it has been legalized or decriminalized for medicinal or recreational purposes in the state where the transferee/buyer resides.[7][8]


In 2020, the ATF made further changes to the form, including adding a warning that "any person who exports a firearm without a proper authorization from either the Department of Commerce or the Department of State, as applicable, is subject to a fine of not more than $1,000,000 and up to 20 years imprisonment." As of November 1, 2020, all FFL holders were required to transition to the new revision.[9]


According to the US Sentencing Commission, approximately 5,000 to 6,000 people a year are convicted of receiving or possessing a firearm against one of the prohibitions above.[11] In 2017, over 25.2 million actual background checks were performed in total.[12]


A detailed breakdown of all form changes is provided below. The revised form will become mandatory for use on April 1, 2023. Please contact your local ATF Industry Operations office should you have any questions regarding the changes to the form.


The revised form is available for download. Beginning February 1, 2023, forms may be ordered online or by contacting the Distribution Center at 703-870-7526 or 703-870-7528.


The online Firearms Application should be used only after consultation with your local Police Department or the State Police Barracks responsible for processing your firearm application. You must first obtain an Originating Agency Identifier (ORI) Number from the licensing department to complete this form. Please ensure that the agency ORI number is correct on the form. If an incorrect ORI number is entered on the form, you will NOT receive a firearms ID card or a permit to purchase. You will then have to re-apply using the correct ORI number and pay for the process again. A refund can not be issued.


If you have never been fingerprinted before for firearms purposes, you will need to go for fingerprinting. Follow the instructions/link in your confirmation email to schedule your fingerprint appointment. However, if you have been fingerprinted before for firearm purposes, upon completion of this form and payment, you will have completed both Firearms Application and 212A requirements.


You must be 21 years or older to purchase a firearm. You must apply, in person, at the HPD Firearms Unit. Please have the following information with you when submitting your application. All of the below mentioned forms are available at the Firearms Unit. To speed up the process, please click on the fillable forms below and complete the sections highlighted in grey or click on the hyperlinks below. Print and bring forms with you.


The registrant can register the firearm at the Honolulu Police Department (HPD) 801 S. Beretania Street, with the firearm(s) to be physically inspected. Identification and all required forms are needed.


Those denied during the sale or transfer of a firearm may appeal the decision to TBI. The first step involves completing an appeal form and returning it to TBI. See additional information and Frequently Asked Questions below.


Our personnel are not allowed to give specific information about denials to anyone over the phone. You must complete an "Appeal of Denial of Attempted Firearm Transfer" form and send it to TBI. We are required to protect the confidentiality of your transaction and you may be assured that it will not be discussed with other parties. Most federal firearms dealers have the forms in stock. The dealer you attempted to purchase the firearm from will assist you in filling out the form and many of the dealers will fax the form to TBI for you.


Once the appeal form is received, TBI personnel will begin a review process, attempting to obtain the information needed to determine if the denial should be overturned or upheld. The background check is valid for 30 days, so the earlier an appeal form is received after the denial, the more time is available for processing of your appeal. If an appeal is not received within 30 days, it will not be processed. If the denial is based on missing information in your criminal history record, such as missing dispositions for arrests, TBI will contact arresting agencies and clerks of court on your behalf to seek the information needed. If the reason for denial is missing information and that information is not provided by arresting agencies or clerks of court, the denial will become a "conditional proceed". See below for more information.


Although our staff does not pursue disposition information past a mandatory 15-day period, you can ask the arresting agency or court clerk to provide the information to the TBI. Although this will not affect your current purchase attempt, it can clear your record for any future purchases of firearms.


If during the background check, TBI locates a record with outstanding disqualifying charges or charges that are undeterminable as disqualifying, we will deny the transaction. Upon an appeal of the denial, our staff will attempt to find disposition information on the charges in order to make a determination of eligibility to purchase a firearm. If we cannot obtain the information within the mandatory 15-day limit, the transaction will be marked as a Conditional Proceed. This means that the firearm dealer may lawfully, at his/her discretion, complete the transfer, although it in no way means that the dealer must complete the transfer.


If your previous denial was overturned, it became an approved transaction. Under existing state and federal law, TBI cannot retain any information about an approved transaction and so will not have any record about the overturn. Documentation submitted by the arresting agency or the clerk of court may have been sufficient for our staff to overturn the denial but not sufficient for TBI's Records and Identification Unit and/or the FBI's Criminal History Records Information Data Correction Unit to make permanent changes to your record. Submission of the proper forms by the arresting agency or clerk of court will result in your record being amended by the TBI and the FBI. Such documentation may be the R-84 Final Disposition Report Form or an official Order for Expungement.


Providing your social security number is optional. However, supplying it will significantly speed up processing of the transaction by eliminating false matches. Your personal information, including social security number, will not be retained by the TBI after your transaction is approved.


Tennessee's Handgun Carry Permit does not meet the requirements of the federal Brady Bill because it lacks a requirement for an annual re-check of the permit holder's criminal history and it does not require a check through the National Instant Check System (NICS). Therefore, purchasers holding a valid Tennessee Handgun Carry Permit still have to have an extensive check performed when purchasing a firearm. The carry permit can be used as a primary source of identification for purchasing a firearm as long as it contains the purchaser's photograph, date of birth, and current address.


All federal firearms dealers are required to make sure that the purchaser's correct and current residence address are listed on the form. Since a post office box doesn't indicate residence, it is unacceptable for address purposes. If your primary identification does not show your current residence address, you must show proof of address through an acceptable secondary form of identification.


A delay response indicates that information you supplied on the ATF Form 4473 has been matched with information contained in the National Crime Information Center, the Interstate Identification Index, and/or the NICS Indices. Complete disposition information is not always available and a further review of these records is necessary. The FBI exhausts all efforts to retrieve current record information by contacting all applicable law enforcement agencies, i.e., local, state, and federal courts, etc. The Brady Act allows three business days to find this information before an FFL can transfer a firearm. The FFL is not prohibited from transferring the firearm after three business days have passed; however, the FFL is not required to transfer the firearm.


The Privacy Act of 1974 restricts the dissemination of specific information to you via the telephone. You can obtain a copy (for a fee) of any identification record the FBI may maintain on you by contacting the following unit at the address and telephone number provided:


You will be required to complete Federal Form 4473 (yellow, two-page form) and State Form DPS-67-C (Application to Purchase) for every firearm you intend to buy. The dealer will then contact the SLFU and obtain an authorization number, allowing the transaction to proceed. The final step will be the completion of State Form DPS-3-C (Sale or Transfer), which is to be filled out at the time the firearm is delivered to the buyer.


Federal Law states you may only buy a handgun in the state in which you reside. You can only buy a handgun in Connecticut, if in addition to being a resident, you have a valid Permit to carry Pistols or Revolvers, a valid Eligibility Certificate, if you are a licensed Firearms Dealer or if you are a Sworn Police Officer. A DPS-67-C and a DPS-3-C (4 copies) must be completed. The seller of the handgun must contact the Special Licensing and Firearms Unit at (860) 685-8400, or 1-(888) 335-8438 and obtain an authorization number for that sale. This number is to be added to both forms. The DPS-67-C is to be retained by the seller for 20 years. The seller should retain the original copy of the DPS-3 for their records, give one copy to the purchaser as a receipt, submit one copy to the local police authority where the purchaser resides and submit a final copy to the Commissioner of Emergency Services and Public Protection. 041b061a72


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