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Fingerprints and Short Barrel Rifle (SBR) Ruling

Hey there, folks and Happy High Five Day! Ladybug Mobile Services likes to keep up with government rulings especially how it impacts notary and fingerprinting. Keeping that in mind, have you heard the news about fingerprints and the new ruling on SBR? No? Well, let me tell you all about it in our own unique ladybug-like and humorous way.

First things first, let’s talk about fingerprints. You know, those little swirly lines on the tips of your fingers that make you unique? Well, did you know that no two people have the exact same fingerprint? That’s right, not even identical twins! So, if you were planning on committing a crime and leaving your fingerprints behind, think again, my friend. Those little lines will give you away faster than you can say “innocent until proven guilty.”

But enough about fingerprints, let’s talk about the new ruling on SBR. For those of you who don’t know, SBR stands for Short-Barreled Rifle, which is a type of firearm that has a barrel length of less than 16 inches. Now, I know what you’re thinking: “Wow, this blog just got a whole lot more serious.” But fear not, my friends, because I’m about to put a funny spin on it.

So, what’s the deal with the new ruling on SBR? Well, it basically states that if you want to own an SBR, you now have to go through a more rigorous process to get one. This includes paying a $200 tax stamp and submitting your fingerprints to the ATF (Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives) for a background check. Yep, that’s right, your fingerprints are now part of the process and for those who need it, we are here to serve!

But don’t worry, it’s not like the ATF is going to use your fingerprints to track you down or anything. And hey, if you’re worried about your privacy, just wear gloves everywhere you go. Problem solved! All joking aside, the new ruling on SBR is actually a pretty big deal for gun owners. It’s just one more hoop they have to jump through in order to exercise their Second Amendment rights. 

So, there you have it, folks. The lowdown on fingerprints and the new ruling on SBR, all wrapped up in a funny little package. I hope you enjoyed reading this as much as I enjoyed writing it. Until next time, stay safe and keep those fingerprints to yourself! Also please don’t forget, we here at Ladybug Mobile Services work closely with HeartCore Livescan (for digital fingerprints) and Scorpion Rifle Works (for his expertise in all things AR). Contact us if you have any questions!

Ladyblog is a blog focused on providing small business owners tips so that they can achieve “great strides, with small steps.” Ladyblog is owned by Ladybug Mobile Services, a small, minority owned traveling service that offers general notary work, remote online notary work, loan signing, estate planning, digital marketing, wedding officiant/services, English/Spanish certified translations, English/Spanish tutoring, ink fingerprinting, virtual administrative best practices and much more. They serve the Central Florida region and surrounding counties. Their focus is to provide support to the small business community and spotlight small businesses.

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