What are the ITAR categories?
Categories of ITAR’s U.S. Munitions List
- Category I: Firearms, Close Assault Weapons and Combat Shotguns.
- Category II: Guns and Armament.
- Category III: Ammunition/Ordnance.
- Category IV: Launch Vehicles, Guided Missiles, Ballistic Missiles, Rockets, Torpedoes, Bombs and Mines.
What items are restricted by ITAR?
Items on the list fall into numerous categories, covering everything from guns to ammunition, missiles and launchers, explosives, ships, aircraft, tanks and vehicles, protective gear, electronics, sights, chemical and biological agents, spacecraft, nuclear weapons, lasers, submarines, and miscellaneous.
Who is eligible for ITAR?
Citizens only, based on its good faith belief that only U.S. Citizens could work on ITAR projects. But the ITAR generally allows U.S. Persons to have access to ITAR controlled data, and defines a (natural) U.S. Person as a lawful permanent resident as defined by 8 U.S.C.
What can I do with a Type 7 FFL?
The Type 07 FFL is by far the most useful and versatile FFL for most people. Not only can you buy, sell and repair guns, you can also manufacture guns and ammo, plus sell NFA items like silencers, and with a Class 03 SOT, manufacture NFA items!
When does the ITAR final rule take effect?
Items not subject to the ITAR or to the exclusive licensing jurisdiction of any other set of regulations are subject to the Export Administration Regulations. This final rule is effective March 9, 2020.
Is the USMIL subject to the ITAR part 129?
As such, all defense articles described in the USMIL or the USML are subject to the brokering controls administered by the U.S. Department of State in part 129 of the ITAR.
What was the original purpose of the ITAR?
Sling, ITAR. Scope rings, ITAR. Stock ITAR. Among a bunch of other things that make NO sense that they are ITAR. No doubt. That kind of stuff is outside the original intent of itar. It was meant for technical gear. Radars, nvgs etc etc.
What are the international traffic in Arms Regulations?
The International Traffic in Arms Regulations The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (“ITAR,” 22 CFR 120-130) implements the AECA. These regulations are regularly updated and revised to reflect change in the international political and security climate, as well as technological development.