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United States: Proposed rule changes, U.S. Munitions List

United States: Proposed rule changes, USML

The U.S. State Department and the U.S. Commerce Department today each issued a proposed rule for publication in the Federal Register concerning proposed changes to articles that warrant export and temporary import control on the U.S. Munitions List (USML).

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The State Department proposed rule [PDF 348 KB] (42 pages) and the Commerce Department proposed rule [PDF 1.2 MB] (149 pages) concern proposed changes to Category I (firearms, close assault weapons, and combat shotguns), Category II (guns and armament), and Category III (ammunition and ordnance).

Each proposed rule is scheduled to be published in the Federal Register on 24 May 2018, and comments on the proposed rule will be accepted until a date that is 45 days from the date of publication.

 

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