General Retrieval And Ban
Section 1 - Responsibility
1. Responsibility for enforcing the General Retrieval and Ban shall be vested in the National Firearms Retrieval Service. NFRS shall be empowered to use whatever means generally are available to law enforcement agencies.
2. The General Retrieval and Ban permits retrieval and banning of firearms without the requirement they be covered specifically by legislation. Firearms covered by GRAB shall be included at the discretion the Director of the National Firearms Retrieval Service who shall be required to hold hearings and consult with interested parties before adding any firearm to the Schedule of Banned Firearms. The President of the United States shall approve implementation of Retrieval for any firearm added to the Schedule of Banned Firearms.
Section 2 - Process
1. Retrieval: Within 30 days of implementation, scheduled firearms in private possession shall be delivered to a law enforcement agency.
2. Prosecution: Persons found to be in possession of a scheduled firearm after the expiration of the 30 day Retrieval period will be guilty of a Class A felony and shall be prosecuted.
3. Reeducation: Convicted offenders found to be in possession of a scheduled firearm, shall be transported to a reeducation camp for instruction in the community's expectations.
4. Transition: Persons found to be in possession of a scheduled firearm after reeducation shall be transitioned to a harmless condition.
Section 3 - Financing.
1. Financing for GRAB and related agencies and their operations shall be provided by taxes on firearms and operations.
2. Taxes on firearms shall include but not necessarily be limited to an excise tax and an annual property tax.
3. Taxes on ammunition shall include an excise tax.
4. Any tax levied by GRAB shall not preclude any tax levied by a state or local jurisdiction.
Section 4. - Judicial Review and Severability
1. The GRAB shall not be subject to judicial review.
2. Should any part of the GRAB be determined to be unlawful or in conflict with another law, the discrepancy shall not affect any other part of GRAB.
Section 5. - Registry
1. The Director of the National Firearms Retrieval Service shall maintain a registry of all firearms within the national borders.
2. The Director shall record all pertinent information related to each firearm. The information recorded shall included but not necessarily be limited to the serial number of the fireman, the description of the firearm, name and address of the possessor and owner if different. The Director is empowered to collect any other information which may be pertinent to retrieving the firearm should it be added to the Schedule of Banned Firearms.