Why has the CMP gone to 100% NICS checks?
September 16, 2014Civilian Marksmanship Program▸Sales▸Why has the CMP gone to 100% NICS checks?
- For the customer it further simplifies the purchase application process and reduces the amount of paper the customer has to copy and send to CMP.
- For the CMP it standardizes the process and allows us to automate the background check function. We no longer have to check each application against the ATF list to see if whatever the customer provided is acceptable (or grandfathered) or not acceptable.
- We do not have to concern ourselves that the copy of the FFL, C&R, or CCW (often blurred and hard to read) may be forged or completely bogus. Remember that even a picture ID has little value when the person sending it in is not standing in front of us.