In the wake of the Las Vegas massacre, many are looking to get into the gun market with a reverse search service, like Guns &Guns.com, which provides reverse-engineered gun buying instructions and can also help you find an authorized dealer in your area.
And it doesn’t hurt to have a gun license, too, if you want to legally purchase one.
Forget about buying guns online with a private seller and a licensed dealer, though.
That is now a legal requirement for purchasing a gun through a gun dealer, too.
That means the gun dealer can now provide a list of authorized dealers in your state, which will help you make an informed decision on where to purchase.
The New York State Department of Financial Services issued a rule on Thursday requiring licensed gun dealers to conduct background checks on prospective gun purchasers.
The agency also released new guidance on gun sales and the types of guns that are covered under the state’s universal background check law, which requires background checks for all gun sales except for the purchase of military-style weapons.
The rule, released on Thursday, says that licensed gun dealer information must be available to gun buyers and sellers at all times, including through the Internet.
That includes the time and location of gun sales, the date of the sale, and the person who is purchasing the gun.
The new rules also say that licensed dealers must be listed on gun-related websites.
The Department of Consumer Affairs also says that gun dealers can’t sell firearms directly to consumers without a license, but that they can also direct people to a seller that can.
The rules also apply to guns that dealers purchase online.
They include a rule that requires gun dealers that purchase a gun directly from a private individual or entity to obtain a government license, which must be issued within a year of the transaction.
The new rules say that dealers must provide the buyer with a form that allows for a copy of the license.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) has said that it has been encouraging gun owners to buy guns from licensed gun sellers, saying that doing so will keep the guns out of the hands of criminals.
But some lawmakers say that is not necessarily the best solution.
Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.), chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said that the rules are an improvement but added that the new regulations will still make it difficult for Americans to obtain guns.
The gun control movement is divided over the new rules, and there is disagreement on whether they will actually help or hurt the gun industry, said Sarah McBride, vice president of policy at the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.
She said that some lawmakers are concerned that they will lead to more people using the gun sales loophole as a way to get their hands on guns and more people going to gun shows to buy them.
She also said that people are going to try to buy gun at gun shows and that will lead more to people using those loopholes to buy the guns they want, instead of waiting for a background check.
The Brady Campaign has said in recent months that it is working with other advocacy groups to get more states to implement the new rule.
The group says that about two dozen states and Washington, D.C., have now taken steps to address the loophole.
It will be interesting to see how the federal government responds, McBride said.
If the new federal rule has any effect at all, she said, it will be a welcome one.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.