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A Plan to Help Alleviate The

 Gun Problem In America

By Dan Taylor 304-813-7878

 

     This plan is not meant to be an end all to all criminal behavior with a gun.  It is meant to be a help in defending the well-being of society and the safety to America’s citizens. This plan does not limit the ability for good people to own firearms. It is NOT in anyway an attempt to take anyone's guns away from them that are law abiding citizens. This plan may seem a little harsh to some, but if we are to change society for the betterment, this problem must be taken very seriously! This plan would require all agencies and municipalities everywhere to work together in reporting to the appropriate entities and the failure to do so would result in loss of government job, a fine of up to $10,000.00 or imprisonment of up to 1 – 3 years

or all 3. This person would also be placed on the Permanent Restricted Gun Registry.

New Gun Purchases After This Document:

*  All firearms being purchased from this time forth must be registered.

*  If purchasing from a private individual, the seller and the buyer have one week to register the firearm in question.

To Obtain or USE Any Gun Legally:

  • A person must pass a background check and have NO Criminal record what so ever!

  • A person must not have any history of Domestic Abuse!

  • A person must not have any history of bad temperament!

  • A person’s name must not be on the gun restricted registry which would be a new registry put in place!

 

 

Permanent Restricted Gun registry:

 

  • A person with a criminal record!

  • A person with a history of domestic abuse!

  • A person with more than one DUI record.

  • A person who has ever evaded the police.

  • A person who has ever lied to a police officer.

  • A person with a record of any illegal drug use or dealings.

  • A person with a history of child abuse or neglect.

  • A person who was twice put on the Temporary Restricted Gun Registry.

 

    Any person on the Permanent Restricted Gun Registry caught in possession of a hand gun or rifle will face a minimum of 3 years in prison! This includes being in a vehicle where a firearm is found or the finding of a firearm in their place of residence or work place. This would still be in force even if the firearm is registered legally in someone else’s name.  If the registered person lives with someone that owns firearms, the registered person must either find new residence or the gun owner  must store their firearms, at another property. If the firearm being found falls under the list of assault weapons the result will be a minimum of 5 years in prison.

 

Temporary Restricted

Gun registry:

 

     Must wait a minimum of 5 years before applying again

with a clean record of the following.

  • A person with complaints filed against them for domestic abuse where the police were called!

  • A person with a record of behavior problems from current school days or previous school days.

  • A person that’s been investigated for child abuse or neglect.

  • A Person with any DUI records.

  • A person with any record or past record of restraining orders.

  • A person with a negative driving record where they have exceeded the speed limit by at least 30 miles over the limit.

  • A person with more than 4 moving driving infractions per any one-year time period.

  • A person with any legal limitations on where they are not allowed to go.

  • A person with a past history of causing public confrontations. (This would require all law enforcement officers to log the name, addresses and social security numbers on all involved with confrontations)

 

Those listed on the Temporary Gun Registry would not be eligible to ever own an assault type weapon!

 

     Any person on the Temporary Restricted Gun Registry caught in possession of a hand gun or rifle will face a minimum of 1 year in prison! This includes being in a vehicle where a firearm is found or the finding of a firearm in their place of residence or work place. If the firearm being found falls under the list of assault weapons the result will be a minimum of 5 years in prison.

 

Aiding Illegal Fire Arm Access:

 

     Any person being found to have been aiding someone who is on either of the restricted gun list to obtain a gun either by registering it falsely, or selling the firearm to them, or loaning the firearm to them, will face a minimum of 3 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.00.

                                            

Being Placed on the Registry:

 

     Any person legally owning firearms that commits something that would put them on either of the registries, would have to forfeit all of their firearms within three days to the authorities or face the minimum 3 years imprisonment and fine of up to $10,000.00.  After 1 month has passed, a family next of kin member can claim those firearms for themselves after signing documents stating that the firearms will not be given back to the original owner or stored in a place where that person has access to it, who is listed on the register.  Failure to comply with this would result in 3 years imprisonment and a fine of up to $10,000.00.

 

Selling a Fire Arm:

     Before selling a firearm to anyone, the seller must make sure by checking with authorities accessing the National Data Base of Permanent and Temporary Restricted Gun list, to make sure the buyer is not on the list.  Failure to do so would result in a minimum of 3 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.00. If the authorities find that the potential buyer's name is on one of the lists, the buyer's name will be turned over to a judge and be potentially prosecuted for attempting to obtain the firearm illegally.

 

 

Firearms Sale List:

 

     All selling of firearms by businesses or private sellers are to be listed on the “Firearms Sale List”, which will be a national based list with the following:

 

  • Previous owner (The seller).

  • Date of Previous owner’s purchase.

  • Date of purchase and price.

  • Type of weapon.

  • Sale price of weapon being sold.

  • Serial number of weapon.

  • Person taking ownership and their Social Security Number.

  • Picture of weapon being sold.

  • Person taking ownership’s residence. (moving residence at a later time would have to be reported as well.)

 

     The seller has 7 days to do the reporting or face a $1000.00 fine. If the seller has a legitimate reason as to why they didn’t report the sale, they can submit for a waiver of the fee through the court system.  If the seller fails to report the sale for more than 30 days, the fine will go up to $5000.00 and 1-year imprisonment, plus being placed on the Temporary Restricted Gun Registry.

 

Gun Accessories:

 

     All gun accessories sold either in person or online must be reported by

the seller and by the buyer to the online database.  This is to alleviate

the building of weapons with the intent to not register them appropriately.

Definition of a “Fire Arm”:   

   

     A firearm is anything that can project a lethal object by way of an explosion of gases.

Identifying a Name to Either List:

     No one's name will be added to either list without a judge's order to do so.  Names are submitted to the court system for potential referral to either list.  Those able to identify would include:  

Law enforcement

School Superintendents

Medical Doctors

Councilors

Psychologists 

Departments of Social Service

Departments of Child Protective Services

Departments of Aging and Family Services

Any Government office dealing with Social/Family/Community affairs

 

     All referrals will go through a judge before any name is actually placed on either list. 

     Anyone can request one of these agencies to "consider" Identifying someone for either list in an attempt to encourage people to act if they see something. After the request is made, law enforcement or someone with the department of Social Services will do an interview of the person being referred and also a surprise check of that person's residence will be done.  The person has the right to oppose the interview and the residence check, with the chance their name might be placed on the list.

Falsely Identifying A Name To Either List:

     Anyone being found by a judge to be falsely identifying a name to either of the lists will face a fine of $2500.00 and possible jail time of up to 6 months.  An example of this would be the calling of police to a premise and falsely accusing someone of domestic violence in order to have their names placed on either list. This would be at the discretion of the officers involved and the court system would have the final judgment.