A person can be engaged in the business of dealing in firearms regardless of the location in which firearm transactions are conducted. For example, a person can be engaged in the business of dealing in firearms even if the person only conducts firearm transactions at gun shows or through the Internet. Those engaged in the business of dealing in firearms who utilize the Internet or other technologies must obtain a license, just as a dealer whose business is run out of a traditional brick-and-mortar store.
The order continues:
Quantity and frequency of sales are relevant indicators. There is no specific threshold number of firearms purchased or sold that triggers the licensure requirement. But it is important to note that even a few transactions, when combined with other evidence, can be sufficient to establish that a person is “engaged in the business.” For example, courts have upheld convictions for dealing without a license when as few as two firearms were sold or when only one or two transactions took place, when other factors also were present.
Aside from blaming republicans, the NRA and old white men from Texas, President Obama's executive order will do nothing to help curb the violence in democrat strongholds.
It isn't meant too.
What this bill does is require background checks on anyone who sells a gun to anybody. There used to be a threshold one had to cross to be considered ‘engaged in the business of selling firearms,' but no more. If one person now sells one gun, they are required to get a Federal Firearms License (FFL) and go through background checks each time they sell a gun.
This is all part of the effort to relegate the Second Amendment to the annals of history as a failed notion of liberty. Once everyone is required to register their firearms, confiscation can begin.