As reported by Guns.com last week H.R. 7910 is a sweeping omnibus gun control measure that:
Raises the purchasing age for most semi-auto centerfire rifles and shotguns to 21-- impacting an estimated 13 million Americans aged 18 to 20.
Bans often standard-capacity magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds, codifies a federal ban on bump stocks. Grandfathered magazines in circulation would be eligible for taxpayer-funded "buybacks" and require date codes to be legally retained.
Institutes a nationwide mandatory gun lock law backed up with the potential for seizures and fines.
Establishes new federal crimes for gun trafficking and straw purchases in addition to those that already exist.
Establishes a federal definition of "ghost gun" including "3D printing a frame or receiver" mandating background checks for such self-manufactured firearms.
Changes the federal definition of what constitutes an "undetectable firearm."
Changes the legal definition of "firearm" to include gun kits and partial receivers.