This six-week course examines the rules, regulations, and best practices for the importation of arms, ammunition, and implements of war into the U.S. as regulated and administered by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives and other USG agencies. This course specifically addresses 27 CFR Part 447 Subpart C-F, including the ATF’s U.S. Munitions Import Control list (USMIL), as well as 27 CFR Part 478, which implements the Gun Control Act (18 USC Chapter 44), and 27 CFR Part 479, which implements the National Firearms Act (26 USC Chapter 53).
It also addresses Title 19 USC Sec 1102 Chapter 40, and 27 CFR Part 555. Other laws and regulations included in this course are 22 USC 2778 Arms Export Control Act, and the implementing regulations under 22 CFR Parts 120 – 130, International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
Prerequisite: None. It is strongly suggested, but not required, that students have experience with ITAR and have completed: Understanding the ITAR (TRD-306)
Course Credit: 3.0 Credit hours