Apparently this just happened: Obama regime targets gunsmiths with new executive order - Personal Liberty® (http://personalliberty.com/obama-regime-targets-gunsmiths-new-executive-order/) So the wording, at least from the article, is so problematic, it seems to be open to draconian interpretation. That is, is designed for draconian interpretation and enforcement. But how on earth is this kind of thing going to enforced? Or maybe this is not as far reaching as the article title paints in a broad stroke? From the document "Applicability of the ITAR Registration Requirement to Firearms Manufacturers and Gunsmiths" https://www.pmddtc.state.gov/compli...ement to Firearms Manufacturers (Publish).pdf it says: ITAR registration is required of persons who engage in the business of manufacturing defense articles. Persons who do not actually manufacture ITAR-controlled firearms (including by engaging in the activities described below, which DDTC has found in specific cases to constitute manufacturing) need not register with DDTC– even if they have an FFL from ATF" But in the document, under the heading "2. Registration Required - Manufacturing" has some types of gunsmithing that are alarmingly listed. Any FFL/Professional Gunsmiths have a take on this, and what it means for us 'hobby' gunsmiths?