According to NSSF, apparently the UN believes they have lawful authority to demand manufacturers turn over information about guns they have sold. Manufacturers and Dealers are required to run trace requests at the request of their regulating agency, which is the ATF. The UN is not the H&K USA’s regulating agency, last I checked; all they can do is ask nicely. If you look at the PDF of the UN request, you will note in the bottom right corner a request to “Please Recycle” which is exactly what I’d do with this “trace request” if I were the manufacturer.
12 thoughts on “UN Filing Trace Requests?”
I will be glad to answer on their behalf:
You suck and we hate you,
H und K
While the UN and INTERPOL may not share the same headquarters, they arouse a similar level of concern among many who desire America to remain sovereign and her people to remain free. Consider Executive Order 12425 and the hub-bub it raised on this site and scores of others. We need to be vigilant about backdoor attempts to infringe RKBA by the eurocrats and their amerikan comrades.
Recycle? Screw that. Print a picture of that abomination of an icon they have outside — IANSA, I think — of a handgun tied in a knot, paste it to the front of the request, burn it, video record it, youtube it, and send a link to the highest ranking individual at the UN for whom I could find the email address for. And Cc it to Rebecca Peters, George Soros, and The One himself.
mark, that statue isn’t in front of IANSA. It’s at the UN headquarters – a gift from Luxembourg.
“a handgun tied in a knot”
To all the people who are engineers, do metal work, and such. Just out of curiosity what would it take to trim off the knot and turn said revolver into a snubbie? Not that I’m suggesting anything…
“To all the people who are engineers, do metal work, and such. Just out of curiosity what would it take to trim off the knot and turn said revolver into a snubbie? Not that Iâ€™m suggesting anythingâ€¦”
Either that, or make the mother of all krummlaufen.
Would it be “recycling” to trace a circle bullseye on such mailings and use them for target practice?
What is the big deal? They are asking the manufacturer for help? Not “demanding” it. Cote d’Ivoire probably just thought they would pay attention to it if it came from the UN.
I am sure the FBI asks local manufacturers in other countries for information all the time.
With all the interesting things going on in the world, including the nuclear weapons programs of North Korea, Iran and even Venezuela, the UN is looking to trace a frikkin’ 9mm P7? What, did Germany, France, China, Russia and China stop all exports of dual-use items to rogue nations, leaving the UN free to chase down a weapon most useful to put one behind the ear of an individual prisoner, and perhaps useful to defend the rebel in a parking lot from a mugging?
When the leaders of the international community start acting like there is an actual crisis in the world, I will start listening to their otherwise idiotic blatherings.
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