From: The Libertarian Eye
Before people start demanding stricter gun laws because a 16 year shot a classmate at Taft High School today. Here are some gun laws that were passed in 1968 that are still valid. Maybe we have to realize that people are the problem not the guns.
FIREARMS AND FEDERAL LAW: THE GUN CONTROL ACT OF 1968
The new federal prohibition barred licensees from the knowing transfer of a gun or ammunition to:
(1) Minors (under eighteen for shotguns and rifles; under twenty-one for handguns).
(2) Persons convicted of a state or federal felony, as well as the fugitives and defendants under indictment covered by the F.F.A.
(3) Adjudicated mental defectives and any person who had been committed to a mental institution.
(4) Persons who are* unlawful users of or "addicted to marijuana or any depressant or stimulant drug . . . or narcotic drug."
"“Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration has been minding my own business.”" — Calvin Coolidge