We have received inquiries regarding changes to the enforcement procedures for individuals traveling abroad with their firearms. Previously, if an individual was traveling with not more than three non-automatic firearms and not more than 1,000 cartridges of ammunition (provided this is for the person's exclusive use and not for re-export or other transfer of ownership), the individual would complete U.S. Customs and Border Protection ("CBP" or "Customs") Form 4457 and present it to Customs. Now there have been changes in CBP enforcement procedures for such articles which have targeted those who use firearms for hunting trips or[...]
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