Take a hypothetical situation here, Lets just say for the fact of conversation, that the NRA lobby, and the Anti-Gun lobby, and the Pro Gun lobbyist all got together. After hours of working out a bill and hammering out the details,... stating that 100 % of all firearm sales will now require background checks by a certified FFL dealer or the presentation of a valid CPL or CCW license. IN TURN, if the person that is purchasing has a CCW or CPL and its current, then they would automatically be accounted for as legal to purchase. Also in turn for that bill on background checks, since all CCW and/or CPL holders have all already gone through a very extensive background checks and fingerprinting, and Passport type photo ID's that they will be allowed under the new law to purchase and transfer any class 3 selective fire weapon, suppressor or SBR's from any year ,... before or after 1986. The Hughes amendment repealed... the NFA act of 1934 repealed. To me this seems like a greater win for the Pro-Gun community than it would the anti-gun folks. After all the Pro-gun community says that 99% of all firearms sold, are sold with a B. G. check having been performed. We don't like this I get it ...what about the threat of registries I'm asked frequently, Well ,.. The law would then require that they conduct a check on the buyer, but under ZERO circumstances would any traceable information exchanged, for example serial numbers or model or type of weapon, just if the purchaser is legal to own weapons... why cant this be worked out some how...? and what are some of the thoughts some have on this if it were a serious proposal.