SASI Firearms Chairman, LISAPA Training Committee
As I understand the "training" "requirement," you need do it only once but, even then, only if you want an "unrestricted" license, provided the court does not strike it down, first.Yea, I have no idea. How would anyone know if a rifle is purchased on or before that date. I shoot with my kids all the time. My one daughter is only 19. My son just turned 21. I guess he needs to apply and wait 2yrs. I will be paying for 4 of us to go through training every 3 yrs.
Since all LEGAL handgun, rifle, shotgun and "other" sales now go through an FFL (compliments of the unSAFE Act), they can track when a specific item was last sold, used or new.