ATF uses the eRegulations platform to make regulations easier to read and navigate.
Regulation data is copied from the Office of the Federal Register website and the GPO FDSYS system and should not be considered authoritative, as those sources are not official legal editions of the Code of Federal Regulations.
eRegulations clarifies regulations by bringing related information and regulatory history to the forefront. It is a work in progress and a public domain work of the United States Government.
Below are details on some eRegulations features and how to use them.
eRegulations is an open source project. Visit the project repository to learn more and contribute.
Added explosives table of distance calculator feature to part 555 sections 218, 219, 220, 222, 223 and 224
Added failed search options for search requests that return 0 results
Added "?" tooltip next to "effective date" in top ribbon
Clear typography makes regulations legible and easy to scan.
Responsive design adapts the tool to fit to your screen.
The regulation timeline shows recent revisions of the regulation organized by latest effective date.
To stop comparing, return to the regulation timeline tab —— at the top left side of the screen. Click the “Stop Comparing” button under the second of the two revisions being compared.
Printing a regulation is possible by selecting a print option from the landing page or sidebar. Regulations can be printed as an entire part or as an individual section.