How many guns are registered a year in US?
Despite belief to the contrary, in MOST of the US, there is no requirement to register ordinary guns.
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Prior answers that did not address the question but did enter into a debate have been removed, due to conflicting information. We get questions from several nations, and laws vary from country to country. In the US, they vary from state to state. It is not possible to give a "one size fits all" answ…er to this question. In MOST of the US, there is no procedure nor requirement (despite popular belief) to "register" a firearm with anyone. When a gun is purchased from a dealer, to comply with Federal law, he completes a record of that sale that he maintains at his place of business for 20 years. A very few states may require registration of a handgun- usually with the state police. You will need to let us know what state you are asking about, or simply check with your state police agency. This does not apply to firearms such as machineguns or bazookas that are stringently regulated under Federal law. It does not address carrying a concealed firearm, which requires licensing of the individual in 47 states. Debaters may discuss this with me thru my message board. ( Full Answer )
hear in Canada you fill out a form and send it to the government it is done as part of a gun sale if you owned the gun pre registry you can register it talk to the friendly staff at your local gun store they can walk you trough it they do it everyday as a side note historically gun registration h…as ALWAYS lead to confiscation most recently in Australia and the UK and alarmingly right here in Canada mostly handguns that they suddenly deemed illegal so if you are lucky enough to own a unregistered gun leave in that way un registered because it and you is safest that way but in the end the choice is yours Additional answer: it depends on where you are. In the U.S. there is no mandatory registration nationally for regular firearms. A few states require it, but only a few. ( Full Answer )
Can't get an exact number because it changes everyday but in my opinion considering how people can't drive properly and obey the traffic laws too many are registered lol but my guess is in the billions.
The number of guns owned by civilians in the United States is estimated to be between 238 million and 276 million. There is no gun registration on the Federal level, except for machine guns. There is no registration on the state level in the majority of the states for any guns. This means that m…ost of these are not registered. ( Full Answer )
You don't need any. You can become a licensed registered nurse by completing a diploma/certificate program through a qualified hospital training program. After completing the program if you take and pass your NCLEX-RN exam you will become a licensed RN.
Accidental each year would be around 1500. But deliberate killing would have to be over 12,000 deaths a year from guns.
'An estimated 201.5 million U.S. citizens age 18 or over will be eligible to vote Nov. 2, although many are not now registered. Of these, about 55 million are registered Republicans. About 72million registered Democrats. About 42 million are registered as independents, under some other minor party o…r with a "No Party" designation.' ( Full Answer )
In 2011, the latest figure available from the Centers for Disease Control, Accidental discharge 851 Suicide 19,766 Homicide 11,101 Undetermined Intent 222 Total: At least 31940 people died from gun injuries in 2011. Also 258 people were killed during legal intervention, most of them due to …guns. Guns were involved, but were not the primary cause of death: -in 2 fatal accidents. -in 6 homicides. Previous years: 2010 31,328 people 2009 31,177 people 2007 31,224 people 2004 29,569 people ( Full Answer )
There were 12.9 million recreational boats registered in the United States in 2001 according to the U.S. Coast Guard. This represents an increase of 94,000, or 0.7 percent from the previous year.
On June 27th, 2008 it was published in the LexisNexis News by Tim Harper, Toronto Star, that there are at least 200 million registered firearms in the United States . (Info from http://www6.lexisnexis.com/publisher/EndUser?Action=UserDisplayFullDocument&orgId=574&topicId=100020475&docId=l:81359361…7&start=2 accessed July 26th) . However, if we include unregistered firearms, the number jumps to almost 300 million.. The term "registered" is misleading. There is no national registration in the U.S. and most states do not require registration, so I'm not sure how they can come up with a figure for that, since, for the most part, it doesn't exist. ( Full Answer )
According to Jack Cafferty on CNN this evening, Sept.4, 2008 there are 28%% registered Republicans. Simply log onto Google under Registered Republicans and see the drop in many states.
Out of my thirteen firearms none are not registered. Why are my firearms not registered you may ask... why do you think they need to be? There are no laws in my state requiring that my firearms be registered and any law that would require registration would be unconstotutional. Few states r…equire registration, and theses that do are states that have many unconstitutional laws ignoring the second amendment. ( Full Answer )
amazingly unintentional deaths due to firearms in the U.S. ranges anywhere from 500-1000 per year. considering there are 93 guns for every 100 people in the U.S. (not including the military and law enforcement - which would essentially make the ratio 1/1), this is AMAZING. think about that for a mom…ent...350,000,000 guns, and less than 1000 accidental deaths...simply incredible. FYI - intentional killings with firearms is somewhere between 30-40 thousand per year --- Poster above does not give any source for his data. According to Center for Disease Control (http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr61/nvsr61_06.pdf) in 2011, there were: - 851 deaths due to accidental discharge of firearms - 38,285 deaths by suicide, 19,766 (51%) of which were by discharge of firearms - 15,953 homicides, 11,101 (69%) of which were committed by discharge of firearms \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n\n . However, this does not tell the entire story. The vast majority of homicides are career criminals killing other career criminals. Baltimore PD reported in 2007 that 93% of murder suspects, and 91% of murder VICTIMS had felony records. Victims averaged over 13 convictions each. ( Full Answer )
According to the latest statistics as of 2011 there were a total of 254,21,610 registered passenger vehicles in the U.S.
It depends on where you are. Most U.S. states don't require registration. In the states that do, you usually go the local police station or sheriff's office.
Far less than die at the hands of doctors and drunk drivers. Try the FBI Uniform Crime Report for criminal use of firearms.
The only guns that are registered with the federal government are those that fall under the National FIrearms Act (NFA). For example machine guns, silencers, short barrel rifles/shotguns etc. Otherwise check state statutes or local ordinances.
Gun owners aren't "registered" like cars. One estimate is that there are @ 4 million or so gun owners.
Unless stolen before making it to a retailer, they all are when bought. --- Firearms are not registered when sold by retailers (FFL dealers) unless they are required to be registered in a particular state. And the registration is usually done by the local police department in those states. F…FL dealers record the buyer's information from form 4473 in their "bound book" and then they are obligated to keep these records for as long as they remain in business and keep their federal firearms license renewed. Gues it all depends on what the OP meant by "registered" ( Full Answer )
That is a very difficult question to answer for a couple of reason. Only a few states require handgun registration, and there is no federal gun registration. In the few states that do require handgun registration, the information is not generally available to the public.
There were approximately 230,000 working in the field in 2010, with an estimated increase of 70,000 in the next decade. In terms of how many are actually registered (or licensed), the numbers are hard to come by. In 2003, there were close to 670,000 registered EMTs, but obviously they were not all w…orking in the field. ( Full Answer )
Maryland requires registration of handguns, not rifles and shotguns. Sentence would depend on what you are doing with the handgun, what your record is, etc. It is a serious crime, and you should seek real legal advice, and not WikiAnswers.
You need to talk to a lawyer with the specifics of your situation. Could range from a fine to multiple years in federal prison and fines.
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To answer that question would require someone to contact all the states,territories and possesions of the US. AFAIK, it has never been done. Your task is further complicated by the fact that in MOST states, there is NO requirement to "register" a firearm. No matter what you see on TV. About 5…% of mine...And its gonna stay that way... ( Full Answer )
Not really possible to answer, since the question assumes registration of firearms. In MOST of the United States, there is no requirement for registration of firearms (No matter what they show on TV). The exception are weapons such as machine guns, short barreled rifles, short barreled shotguns, etc…. These have been required to be registered with the Federal BATFE since 1934. For machine guns, there has been ONE murder committed with a registered firearm since 1934. That case involved a police officer that was convicted of murdering his wife. ( Full Answer )
Since the state of Texas doesn't require gun registration, the answer is zero. There are zero guns registered in the state of Texas.
How many of US gun related crimes involved unregistered handguns or guns registered to someone other than the individual committing the crime?
There is no requirement for registration of handguns to an owner in 98% of the US. Despite what you may see in the movies.
Only Durham registers its handguns to residents in the city (It is believed that registrations violate the NC constitution but the state leaves Durham alone). Other than that no guns are registered in the state. Since 1995 NC has issued 400,000 pistol permits and there are 228,000 Concealed Carry Pe…rmit holders. Permits & Permit holders can purchase pistols or long guns with these authorizations. There is no comprehensive knowledge of gun ownership in NC, just estimates. ( Full Answer )
Took it from yahoo but - "In 2004 (the most recent year for which data is available), there were 29,569 gun deaths in the U.S: 16,750 suicides (56% of all U.S gun deaths), 11,624 homicides (40% of all U.S gun deaths), 649 unintentional shootings, 311 from legal intervention and 235 from undete…rmined intent (4% of all U.S gun deaths combined). -Numbers obtained from CDC National Center for Health Statistics mortality report online, 2007 But remember, Guns dont shoot by themselves - people shoot them. ( Full Answer )
California does not require registration of ordinary rifles and shotguns- no way to answer your question.
In America it started right after the end of the Civil war in the South.
From Wikipedia, They use three reliable sources; The United States Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration as well as the National Automobile Dealers Association , and US Bureau of Transportation Statistics . The US Bureau listed 254,212,610 as of 2009, about 8 million mo…torcycles, and almost 11 million large trucks. That would be a total of 273,212,000 as of 2009. ( Full Answer )
Nobody is exactly sure when the first gun was invented, by the 1400's personal handguns were pretty far spread, how ever it is likely to be around 1500+.
No one has an exact number, since, in most of the US, private sales of firearms between residents of the same state are legal- and there are no world wide numbers. It is ESTIMATED that around 15 million firearms were sold in the US last year- but that is only an estimate.
Oregon doesn't have registration of Title 1 (i.e., "normal") firearms - only NFA items must be registered. You can own as many as you can afford.
Need to know which jurisdiction you live in. If you're in the US, you probably don't have any requirement to register it - if it was a Title II NFA firearm which does require registration, all of that would've been done as part of the purchasing process.
There were approximately 638 Chinooks registered in the US in 2009. There is no official information as to how many are registered in 2013.
Every day, gang members kill other gang members even in their gang. They do this if the gang member has not made enough money from selling drugs, or for a reason i dont know about. On average, the gang leader will kill often by knife, a quick silent way to do business, and will kill around 3 times a… month using this tactic. By gun, the murder average has almost tripled from december 12, 2011, to present day. The murder count by gun to be exact, is around 7,345 only in the U.S. Around the world, counting the chinese gang Yakuza, russian mafia, rio drug lords, all of them, the average is 56,261 murders every year by gun. ( Full Answer )
In most of the US there is no requirement or process to register guns. It is ESTIMATED that roughly 320 million firearms are owned by ordinary persons in the US.
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Gun dealers do not register ANY gun sales with the Federal Government (with the exception of machine guns, etc). They must maintain a record of all firearms sales at their place of business for 20 years. New & used guns both.
Since they are not registered, there is no way to answer your question. In the US, MOST guns are not registered- there is no law requiring that guns be registered. It is a popular misconception that there IS such a requirement, but there is none on a Federal level.
The American political parties, including the Democratic Party and the Republican parties are actually each 50 political parties. The nature of political parties in the United States is a function of each of the 50 states. So there is a Texas Democratic party and a Nebraska Democratic party and a R…epublican New York party and so on. Each state constructs its own rules for political parties within the borders of that state. Unfortunately for your question not all of the states have a system that registers voters in one political party or the other. So you have what is called an "open primary." That means that a registered voter does not declare his or her party affiliation when he or she registers, but when he or she votes in the party primary. For example in Texas you could wake up on primary election day (not the general election day) and decide which party primary you wish to vote in. It is your choice. After you vote, say in the Republican Party primary your voter registration certificate is stamped "Republican." That stamp has very little meaning unless the party has another primary election in the time before you get a new voter registration card (usually each year.) And on the general election day, usually the first Tuesday in November, you can still vote for whichever candidates you choose. It is a secret ballot. The best measure for Democrats and Republicans is probably the General Election Day for President of the United States every four years. In the last election 52% voted Democratic and 47% (ironic, huh?) voted Republican. In the 2012 general election 65,907,213 persons voted Democratic and 60,931,767 voted Republican. Of course, in the United States of America we do not elect our President by popular vote. What really counts is the electoral college. And that is the answer to another question. ( Full Answer )
There is no nationwide registration of ordinary firearms in the US. A few states have laws requiring registration of firearms in that state.
Since there is no requirement in the US for an official gun register to be kept, most states do not carry such a register.It is estimated there are between 270 million and 310 million guns held by civilians in the United States.
You dont have to regester with anyone to be a gun owner in America is not a police state Illinois gun owners 1.2 million
Depends on where you live. In MOST of the United States, there is no requirement or provision for registering ordinary firearms. When you buy a gun from a dealer, the dealer makes a record of the sale, and must retain that record for a period of 20 years in the gunshop files. That all firearms must …be registered with some government agency is a common incorrect assumption. In other nations, other rules. ( Full Answer )
The police will come and question you if you have not previouslyreported to them that the gun has been stolen or that you have soldit (and asked them to alter the registration of ownership). You maybe arrested if they are not satisfied with your answers. You willbe a suspect for the crime. Why own a… gun in the first place!. ( Full Answer )
A few thousand at best, of which a third or so double as FBIinformers. Membership numbers have been steadily dwindling sincethe 1940's.