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Comparative tabular analysis showing effect of principal provisions

of administration's firearms bills....

Form used by Maryland State police on transfer of ownership of fire-

arms..

Interstate Traffic in Firearms and Ammunition, publication No. 417

(Rev. 1-65), Internal Revenue Service-

Machineguns and Certain Other Firearms, publication No. 232 (Rev.

1-63), Internal Revenue Service...

Organization chart of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division, En-

forcement Branch...

Proposed amendments to National Firearms Act (H.R. 6629 and

H.R. 6782)------

Proposed amendments to the bill to amend the Federal Firearms

Act (H.R. 6628 and H.R. 6783)

Colorado State Rifle & Pistol Association, John M. Schooley, chairman,

legislative committee, resolution..-

Colorado Wildlife Federation, Inc., L. W. Hunnicutt, chairman, letter

dated July 20, 1965, to Leo H. Irwin, chief counsel, Committee on Ways

and Means.

Connecticut State Rifle & Revolver Association, James E. Murray III,

legislative chairman, letter dated July 15, 1965, to Chairman Mills ---

Cummings, Samuel, president, International Armament Corp., statement

before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency,

July 27, 1965---

Dallas Gun Club; Joseph H. McCracken III:

Exhibit A. List of State associations and affiliated clubs.

Exhibit B(1). Excerpt from the Traphouse for April 1965

Exhibit B(2). Excerpt from the Traphouse for May 1965

Exhibit B(3). Excerpts from Skeet Shooting Review for March 1965..

Exhibit C. Excerpt from Trap & Field for June 1965 - -

de Carriere, A. A., chairman, legislative committee, Washington Arms

Collectors, Inc., statement.--

Dennis, Robert T., assistant conservation director, Izaak Walton League

of America, Resolution No. 15, dated June 27, 1964.-

Diaz, Joseph, Jr., Bridgeport, Conn., letter dated July 14, 1965, to Chair-

man Mills

Dingell, Hon. John D., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Michigan, editorial entitled "S. 1592 and You”.

Duquesne Brewing Co., Bill Walsh, conservation director, letter dated

July 1, 1965, to Chairman Mills.

Edwards, James E., legislative chairman, Florida Sportsmen's Association:

Article entitled “Firearms and Freedom" by James E. Edwards

Article from Fort Lauderdale News dated April 22, 1964, entitled

"State Senator Kills Terrorist”.

Article from Fort Lauderdale News dated July 6, 1964, entitled

"Girl Arrested in Knifing Attacker”

Article from Human Events dated April 6, 1963, entitled “Muggings,

Assaults, Rapes Shock Capital Society”

Articles from the American Rifleman magazine dated January 1962

and September 1962 entitled “The Armed Citizen”.

Bill No. 65–410, enacted by Legislature of the State of Florida

Letter dated August 19, 1965, with three enclosures, to Chairman

Mills

Outline for book entitled “Firearms for Jobs and Freedom" by

James E. Edwards.

Reform bill No. 65-8—Lawful Uses of Firearms..

Resolution by National Police Officers Association of America, Na-

tional Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc.

Tests for a sensible gun law.---

Edwards, William B., San Francisco, Calif., statement-

Federal Cartridge Corp., Charles L. Horn, president, statement.

Federated Rhode Island Sportsmen's Clubs, Inc., and Rhode Island State

Rifle & Revolver Association, Chester C. Gabeler, chairman, Firearms

Committees, statement.-

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Field & Stream, Warren Page, shooting editor:

Letter dated April 28, 1965, from M. J. Golden, executive director,

Pennsylvania Game Commission.
Letter dated April 30, 1965, from Harold W. Glassen.
Letter dated May 4, 1965, from M. O. Steen, director, Nebraska

Game, Forestation, and Parks Commission..

Reprint from Field & Stream entitled “For a Stronger America”
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Dr. O. E. Frye, Jr.,

executive director, letter dated July 12, 1965, with resolution attached,

to Leo H. Irwin, chief counsel, Committee on Ways and Means -
Florida Sportsmen's Association, James E. Edwards, legislative chairman:

Article entitled “Firearms and Freedom" by James E. Edwards
Article from Fort Lauderdale News dated April 22, 1964, entitled

“State Senator Kills Terrorist'
Article from Fort Lauderdale News dated July 6, 1964, entitled

“Girl Arrested in Knifing Attacker".
Article from Human Events dated April 6, 1963, entitled “Muggings,

Assaults, Rapes Shock Capital Society"
Articles from the American Rifleman magazine dated January 1962

and September 1962 entitled “The Armed Citizen”.
Bill No. 65-410, enacted by Legislature of the State of Florida.
Letter dated August 19, 1965, with three enclosures, to Chairman

Mills.
Outline for book entitled "Firearms for Jobs and Freedom" by

James E. Edwards.--
Reform bill No. 65–8—Lawful Uses of Firearms..
Resolution by National Police Officers Association of America, Na-

tional Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc.-

Tests for a sensible gun law--
Foote, Frank, Nebraska Game, Forestation, and Parks Commission:

Nebraska Legislature Resolution No. 50, dated June 2, 1965.

Resolution dated January 15, 1965--
Freeman, Roscoe E., Mansfield Fish & Game Protective Association, Iuc.,

letter dated July 2, 1965, to Leo H. Irwin, chief counsel, Committee on

Ways and Means -
Frye, Dr. O. E., Jr., executive director, Florida Game and Fresh Water

Fish Commission, letter dated July 12, 1965, with resolution attached,

to Leo H. Irwin, chief counsel, Committee on Ways and Means.
Gabeler, Chester C., chairman, firearms committees, Federated Rhode

Island Sportsmen's Clubs, Inc., and Rhode Island State Rifle & Revolver

Association, statement.
Galloway, E. Dexter, Hutchinson, Kans., statement.
Garmatz, Hon. Edward A., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Maryland, H.R. 1539, a bill to amend the Federal Firearms Act-----
Glassen, Harold W., International Association of Fish, Game & Conserva-
tion Commissioners and Michigan United Conservation Clubs:

Michigan House of Representatives Concurrent Resolution No. 115.--
Resolution No. 17.-
Resolution passed by State Bar of Michigan.
Resolution passed on July 18, 1965, by Michigan State American

Legion...
Golden, M. J., executive director, Pennsylvania Game Commission, letter

dated July 19, 1965, to Chairman Mills ---
"Guns" and "Shooting Industry” magazines, statement as presented by

Carl Wolff, Washington editor.-
Haley, R. L., president, Memphis Gun Collectors Association, night

letter daterl July 13, 1965, to Chairman Mills, and covering letters from
Hon. Robert A. Everett, a Representative in Congress from the State
of Tennessee, and Hon. Richard Fulton, a Representative in Congress
from the State of Tennesssee, dated July 13, and July 23, 1965,

respectively
Harris, P. Randolph, and Charles H. Stoll, Camp Fire Club of America,

letter dated July 16, 1965, to Chairman Mills..
Harrison, William D., president, Washington County (Pa.) Sportsmen's

Conservation League, letter dated July 16, 1965, to Chairman Mills.
Hilliard, E. H., Jr., president, National Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc.,

company membership list.

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Hodson, Kenneth J., chairman, American Bar Association, Section of

Criminal Law, resolution and report No. 58, dated August 1965.-

Horn, Charles L., president, Federal Cartridge Corp., statement-

Hornady, Joyce W., president, Hornady Manufacturing Co., statement.-

Hunnicutt, L. W., chairman, Colorado Wildlife Federation, Inc., letter

dated July 20, 1965, to Leo H. Irwin, chief counsel, Committee on Ways

and Means.

Idaho Fish and Game Department, John R. Woodworth, director, state-

ment...

Illinois State Rifle Association, pamphlet entitled "A Study of the Admin-

istration of Chicago's Pistol Purchase Permit Law".

International Armament Corp., Samuel Cummings, president, statement

before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency,

July 27, 1965.

International Association of Fish, Game & Conservation Commissioners,

Harold W. Glassen:

Michigan House of Representatives Concurrent Resolution No. 115..

Resolution No. 17...

Resolution passed by State Bar of Michigan.

Resolution passed on July 18, 1965, by Michigan State American

Legion.

Izaak Walton League of America, Robert T. Dennis, assistant conservation

director, Resolution No. 15, dated June 27, 1964.

Jacobsmeyer, Maj. Adolph, St. Louis, Mo., Police Department, table

showing statistics on concealed weapons for the city of St. Louis, Mo.,

January 1, 1962, to June 30, 1965..

Justice Department, Hon. Nicholas deB. Katzenbach, Attorney General:

Memorandum dated May 17, 1965, from Fred B. Smith, Acting

General Counsel, to the Secretary of the Treasury on the subject

of constitutional basis for Federal firearms control legislation...

Memorandum re Federal firearms control and the second amendment.

Memorandum on firearms re provisions of law in District of Columbia.

Statutes which provide mandatory minimum punishment.---

Kansas Forestry, Fish, and Game Commission, George C. Moore, director,

letter dated July 14, 1965, to Chairman Mills --

Keeler, John A., Humbolt, Ariz., letter dated July 10, 1965, to Leo H.

Irwin, chief counsel, Committee on Ways and Means. -

Knoblock, Tommy, Great Bend, Kans., letter dated May 17, 1965, to

Representative Bob Dole...

Kraemer, M. W., Hays, Kans., letter dated July 24, 1965, to Committee

on Ways and Means.

Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, R. K. Yancey, assistant

director, letter dated July 14, 1965, with resolution attached, to Chair-

man Mills.

McCracken, Jo ph H., III, Amateur Trap Shooting Association, Arkansas

State Skeet Shooting Association, California Skeet Association, Dallas

Gun Club, National Skeet Shooting Association, and Texas Skeet

Shooters Association:

Exhibit A. List of State associations and affiliated clubs..

Exhibit B(1). Excerpt from the Traphouse for April 1965-

Exhibit B(2). Excerpt from the Traphouse for May 1965.

Exhibit B(3). Excerpts from Skeet Shooting Review for March 1965.

Exhibit C. Excerpt from Trap & Field for June 1965.

McWilliams, James, letter to the editor of Garden City (Kans.) Telegram.
Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Game, Ronald T. Speers,

commissioner, letter dated July 12, 1965, to Leo H. Irwin, chief counsel,

Committee on Ways and Means.--

Mansfield Fish & Game Protective Association, Inc., Roscoe E. Freeman,

letter dated July 2, 1965, to Leo H. Irwin, chief counsel, Committee

on Ways and Means.

Martin, Donald E., Salmon, Idaho, letter dated July 9, 1965, to Chairman

Mills.

Memphis Gun Collectors Association, R. L. Haley, president, night letter

dated July 13, 1965, to Chairman Mills, and covering letters from Hon.
Robert A. Everett, a Representative in Congress from the State of
Tennessee, and Hon. Richard Fulton, a Representative in Congress
from the State of Tennessee, dated July 13, and July 23, 1965, respec-
tively

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Michigan Gun Collectors Association, statement-
Michigan United Conservation Clubs, Harold W. Glassen:

Michigan House of Representatives Concurrent Resolution No. 115..
Resolution No. 17, of the International Association of Fish, Game &

Conservation Commissioners.---
Resolution passed by State Bar of Michigan.
Resolution passed on July 18, 1965, by Michigan State American

Legion.-

Moore, George C., director, Kansas Forestry, Fish, and Game Commission,

letter dated July 14, 1965, to Chairman Mills.

Murphy, Hon. John M., a Representative in Congress from the State of

New York:

Article from the Staten Island Advance, Staten Island, N.Y., dated

July 20, 1965, entitled “Court Refuses Bail for Slaying Suspect--

Youth's Mother Collapses”.

Article from the New York Times, dated July 27, 1965, entitled

"Sniper's Bullets Wound Children-Brother and Sister Are Shot in

Webster Avenue Play Site".
Data on firearms used in homocides-1963.
Exhibit A-Table showing comparison of homicide rate per 100,000

population: Dallas, Tex., Phoenix, Ariz., and five selected cities..

Murray, James E., III, legislative chairman, Connecticut State Rifle &

Revolver Association, letter dated July 15, 1965, to Chairman Mills---

National Board for Promotion of Rifle Practice: George R. Whittington:

Exhibit No. 1. Editorial entitled “Texas Group Protests Rule on

Firearms"

Exhibit No. 2. Letter from Dwight E. Avis, Director, Alcohol and

Tobacco Tax Division, U.S. Treasury ..

Exhibit No. 3. Three items from "Crossroads Report”.

National Rifle Association of America, Franklin L. Orth, executive vice

president:

Article entitled “To Have and Bear Arms" from the American

Rifleman, June 1964..

Essay entitled “The Lost Amendment" by Robert A. Sprecher.-

Statement before the Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency of the

Senate Judiciary Committee on S. 1592, May 21, 1965-

National Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc., E. H. Hilliard, Jr., president,

company membership list --

National Skeet Shooting Association, Joseph H. McCracken III:

Exhibit A. List of State associations and affiliated clubs.

Exhibit B(1). Excerpt from the Traphouse for April 1965.

Exhibit B(2). Excerpt from the Traphouse for May 1965..

Exhibit B(3). Excerpts from Skeet Shooting Review for March

1965.

Exhibit C. Excerpt from Trap & Field for June 1965..

Nebraska Game, Forestation, and Parks Commission, Frank Foote:

Nebraska Legislature Resolution No. 50, dated June 2, 1965.-

Resolution dated January 15, 1965.-

New Jersey Sporting Goods Dealer & Manufacturer, Inc., Herman Treptow,

statement.

New Mexico Wildlife and Conservation Association, Elliott S. Barker,

executive secretary, letter dated July 2, 1965, with attached resolution, to

Chairman Mills

Niedens, Dr. M. E., Garden City, Kans., letter dated July 16, 1965, to

Committee on Ways and Means..

North Dakota Game & Fish Department, Russell W. Stuart, commissioner,

telegram dated July 14, 1965, to Chairman Mills ..

O'Brien, Edward E., Jr., president, Ames Rifle & Pistol Club, Inc., of

North Easton, Mass., letter dated July 15, 1965, to Leo H. Irwin, chief

counsel, Committee on Ways and Means -

Orth, Franklin L., executive vice president, National Rifle Association of

America:

Article entitled "To Have and Bear Arms" from the American Rifle-

man, June 1964..

Essay entitled “The Lost Amendment” by Robert A. Sprecher--
Statement before the Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency of the

Senate Judiciary Committee on S. 1592, May 21, 1965.-

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Outdoor Education Project, Michigan State University, Julian W. Smith,

letter dated July 14, 1965, to Chairman Mills - -

Page, Warren, shooting editor, Field & Stream:

Letter dated April 28, 1965, from M. J. Golden, executive director,

Pennsylvania Game Commission.

Letter dated April 30, from Harold W. Glassen.--

Letter dated May 4, 1965, from M. O. Steen, director, Nebraska

Game, Forestation, and Parks Commission

Reprint from Field & Stream entitled "For a Stronger America''

Pennsylvania Game Commission, M. J. Golden, executive director, letter

dated July 19, 1965, to Chairman Mills...

Regnier, Duward L., president, Chisholm Trail Antique Gun Association,

letter dated July 16, 1965, to Congressman Robert C. Dole and Congress-

man Garner Shriver..

Rhode Island State Rifle & Revolver Association and Federated Rhode

Island Sportsmen's Clubs, Inc., Chester C. Gabeler, chairman, firearms

committees, letter dated July 16, 1965, to Chairman Mills...

Roslyn Club, Woodson D. Scott:

Letter dated June 16, 1965, from A. Bernard Kelland, administra-

tive assistant in charge, Pistol License Bureau, Police Department,

City of New York..

Letter dated July 5, 1965, from Manuel Lena.-

St. Louis, Mo., Police Department, Maj. Adolph Jacobsmeyer, table show-

ing statistics on concealed weapons for the city of St. Louis, Mo., Janu-

ary 1, 1962, to June 30, 1965-

Saylor, Hon. John P., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Pennsylvania:

Letter dated March 1, 1965, from Remington Arms Co., Inc..

Letter dated March 30, 1965, from REA Express.--

Letter dated April 2, 1965, from Remington Arms Co., Inc.

Letter dated April 8, 1965, to REA Express...

Letter dated April 12, 1965, from REA Express-

Letter dated April 12, 1965, from Hon. Walter N. Tobriner, President,

Board of Commissioners, Washington, D.C.

Letter dated April 29, 1965, from Metropolitan Police Department,

Washington, D.C...

Letter dated May 5, 1965, from the Corporation Counsel, Government

of the District of Columbia..

Post card dated March 17, 1965, from REA Express -

Schooley, John M., chairman, Legislative Committee, Colorado State

Rifle & Pistol Association, resolution --

Schwartz, Norman J., Yardley, Pa., letter dated July 19, 1965, to Chair-

man Mills

Scott, Woodson D., the Roslyn Club, Teaneck Club, and Big T Club:

Letter dated June 16, 1965, from A. Bernard Kelland, administrative

assistant in charge, Pistol License Bureau, Police Department, City

of New York.

Letter dated July 5, 1965, from Manuel Lena-

"Shooting Industry” and “Guns” magazines, statement as presented by

Carl Wolff, Washington editor..

Sikes, Hon. Robert L. F., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Florida, resolution of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-

mission dated April 23, 1965.

Smith, James B., Newington, Conn., letter dated July 19, 1965, to Leo H.

Irwin, chief counsel, Committee on Ways and Means.
Smith, Julian W., Outdoor Education Project, Michigan State University,

letter dated July 14, 1965, to Chairman Mills---
Smith, Dr. Spencer M., Jr., Secretary, Citizens Committee on National

Resources, statement

Speers, Ronald T., commissioner, Maine Department of Inland Fisheries

and Game, letter dated July 12, 1965, to Leo H. Irwin, chief counsel,

Committee on Ways and Means.

Sporting Arms & Ammunition Manufacturers Institute, E. C. Hadley,

president, draft entitled “Declaration of Purpose”.

Sportsmen's Council, Marine District of New York State, Inc., statement.

Stebbins, Henry M., instructor, Winchester (Va.) Junior Rifle Club, letter

dated July 18, 1965, to Leo H. Irwin, chief counsel, Committee on Ways

and Means..

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