Federal Firearms Act: Hearing, 89-1, May 19-July 27, 1965

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May 20 1965
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Text of S 1592 dated March 22 1965
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Hy Hunter Catalog and Training Manual No 3
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Letter dated August 19 1965 from_Assemblyman Leonard
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Excerpts from catalog of Service Armament Co 689 Bergen Boule vard Ridgefield N
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Photograph of a 37mm Germanmade cannon left on the courthouse lawn in Santa Barbara Calif
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Photograph of Jerrys a gunshop in Oceanside Calif 17 Photograph of weapons for sale in Jerrys Gun Shop Oceanside Calif 18 Photograph of weapon...
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Photograph of advertisement of Universal Firearms Corp Hialeah Fla for The Enforcer 20 Photograph showing comparison of M1 carbine versus T...
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Margrave Robert N Director Office of Munitions Control Department
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Report of the Metropolitan Police Department of the City of
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Howe Merton W commander of the robbery division Los Angeles
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Police report on gun and explosivesevidence against Robert Ro mero 5030 Stern Avenue Van Nuys Calif October 15 1964
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The Romero Arsenal
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Machinegun barrels and parts Romero case
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Captain Howe holding 9mm Browning parabellum automatic with shoulder stock attached Romero case
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Arsenal which includes full automatic machineguns Romero case
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9mm German MP40 machine pistol submachinegun develop ed by the Schmeisser factory in Germany Full automatic only Romero case 27 223 calib...
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M1 Caliber U S carbine model Mi A1 Manufactured by Inland Manufacturing Division General Motors 144 Semiautomatic Designed for use by para...
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Inventory of Robert A Smith Francis A Owens 32 5ton trucks used by Robert A Smith and his traveling gun salesman operation 33 Interior of van tr...
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View of machineguns and aerial bomb Smith case
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An assortment of rifles found in the van truck Smith case
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Closeup of mortar in wooden crate Smith case
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Gonzalez Jess C sergeant Los Angeles Police Department
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Property report of Los Angeles Police Department concerning seizure
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Woodward Harry R director Colorado Game Fish and Parks Com
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News clip from the Los Angeles Times Thursday February 21 1963
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Advertisement from Shotgun News June 1 1964 for Hy Hunter
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May 21 1965
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Orth Franklin L executive vice president National Rifle Association
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Legislative Bulletin of the National Rifle Association sent to
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Letter dated August 5 1965 from Franklin L Orth executive vice
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Fannin Paul J U S Senator from Arizona
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oppose S 1592
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Allott Gordon U S Senator from Colorado
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Kimball Thomas L executive director National Wildlife Federation
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Leonard Dr Harmon president American Society of Arms Collectors
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70 Photographs of antique firearms submitted by Dr Harmon Leonard
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Layton John B Chief of Police Metropolitan Police Department Wash
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and robbery during fiscal year 1964 in the District of Columbia
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R vice president Wildlife Management Institute ac
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Cases of criminal offenses being committed in Washington D C with
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Supplemental statement Questions on S 1592 submitted by C
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Carter Howard Jr attorney and director of the National Shooting
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Comstock Hilliard chairman legislative committee and past president
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city
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Telegram from chief deputy attorney general Charles A OBrien
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Memorandum from the Library of Congress dated June 7 1965
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Bennett James V consultant and former Director Federal Bureau
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Application form for Federal firearms license submitted by James
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Photographs of weapons seized by the Atlanta Ga Police Depart
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Foote Frank section chief Nebraska Game Forestation and Parks
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Article entitled Massacre Canyon Cap Snappers from Nebraska
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St Louis
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Report of the Metropolitan Police Department of the City of
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Brostron Curtis chief of police St Louis Mo
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York City to the Honorablé Thomas J Dodd
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Reisman Leonard E deputy commissioner New York City Police Depart
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Siatos Thomas J publisher and editorial director Guns Ammo
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Telegram dated June 1 1965 from Mayor Robert F Wagner
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Editorial hy Mr Thomas J Siatos from the April 1965 issue of Guns
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Rickbeil Hardy member of board of directors National Retail Hardware
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Dennis Robert T assistant conservation director of the Izaak Walton
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Champion Hale director of finance State of California
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McLeod Daniel R attorney general State of South Carolina accompanied
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Statement dated July 14 1965 containing changes made in California
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Photograph of J P Strom director of South Carolina law enforce
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Dowdy John U S Representative Seventh District Texas
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Sikes Robert L F U S Representative First District Florida
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Maxwell Samuel L Washington State Sportsmens Council
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cerning weapons seized by the FBI in McComb Miss
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Margraves Robert N Director Office of Munitions Control Depart
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Page
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John V Lindsay
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dated July 12 1965
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Federal Cartridge Corp 2700 Foshay Tower Minneapolis Minn
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Liberty Lobby 300 Independence Avenue SE Washington D C
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Steinberg David J 7216 Stafford Road Alexandria Va
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Walker Robert Craighead 7 Bay Street Berlin Md
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ARTICLES SUBMITTED FOR THE RECORD
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JULY 27 1965
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