Here's a link to the article: Background checks to be included in Senate gun bill The article talks about background checks at gun shows and for sales the internet. We allready have the gun show requirement in Oregon and most have accepted it (not necessarily like it, but accept it). Internet sales is one that seems impossible to enforce, with the exception of sales from a dealer, which is allready done. For interstate sales, isn't a background check allready required? I know the sale needs to go through a FFL. I suppose that it's easy to bypass if it's a private sale but that's the case with any law. It's up to the individual to know and comply with the law. Just seems to me that the only thing new is the registration aspect. Am I off base here?