Thursday, January 15

DC LETS YOU HAVE YOUR SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHTS AS LONG AS YOU TAKE FIVE HOURS OF TRAINING, PASS A TEST, GET A BACKGROUND CHECK AND THIRTEEN PAGES OF OT

DCist - With all the legislative back and forth over the District's evolving gun regulations since the Supreme Court deemed the city's handgun ban unconstitutional last summer, it's understandable that we'd all be confused as to how one goes about registering a gun. The Metropolitan Police Department has published a guide that attempts to clear up the process.

The 13-page guide details how to transport your gun to a police station for registration, what to bring with you (a valid D.C. identification card, two passport-size photos, proof of five hours of training), what you should expect (a 20-question multiple choice test on D.C. gun laws, $60 in fees for a handgun and $48 for a rifle or shotgun, fingerprints for the background check) and how long the whole process should take (5 days. . .

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