Are gun shows illegal now?
Nope. The executive action only requires that all gun vendors be licensed. Most gun vendors at shows are already licensed.
Will it at least stop people from selling guns online?
Nah. As with gun shows, it only requires that online gun sellers be licensed.
Can I still buy extended magazines?
Go nuts. Wait, no, bad choice of words. Yes, you can still buy extended magazines.
How about hollow-point bullets, or armor-piercing rifle bullets?
Still legal, but why do you need them???
Will it stop me from buying automatic weapons registered before 1986, if I have the requisite licenses?
Wait ... like machine guns? You can do that?
OK, yes, we checked and you're right. Automatic weapons registered before 1986 are still perfectly legal provided your license checks out.
And you can advertise them on YouTube!
Will I still be able to buy machine guns, sawed-off shotguns, and silencers without background checks by forming a corporation or legal trust to make the purchase for me?
Holy f**k! That was legal too?
Aren't you supposed to be answering the questions?
Yes! Sorry. So, the executive action proposes regulations that clarify that these shady purchases require background checks. Apparently regulations weren't clear enough on that. In 2014 alone, 90,000 Americans tried to buy guns using corporations or legal trusts.