Oppose the ATF's Latest Attempt to Turn Law-abiding Gun Owners Into Felons
It didn't take long for the Biden administration to launch its latest attempt to rewrite the Second Amendment through executive action and Executive Branch regulation. It's time to stop this action.
It didn't take long for the Biden administration to launch its latest attempt to rewrite the Second Amendment through executive action and Executive Branch regulation.
At the end of 2020 the ATF is withdrew their initial proposal after a flood of comments by gun owners.
Cam Edwards from Bearing Arms has interviewed Alex Bosco from SB Tactical who invented stabilizing braces. This is a must watch.
Alex's company SB Tactical has done a good analysis of the latest proposal by the ATF.
Gun owners are asked to comment on the ATF draft and so I did. Here's what I submitted to the Federal Register.
Losing my daughter Alaina in the Parkland school attack gave me a voice in the debate surrounding gun violence in the United States and as a defender of the Second Amendment. As a Commissioner with the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Public Safety Commission, we were tasked with investigating the tragedy that took 17 lives. It was immediately clear that no infringement on the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding gun owners would have prevented or changed the events of that day. The latest proposed ATF regulations on stabilizing braces will do nothing to improve the safety or security of Americans. I oppose these new rules. We must be vigilant against those that would take our liberties while offering nothing more than the illusion of safety. Comment Tracking Number: kq0-5vjq-nf2w
Join with me by making your voice heard. The easiest way to submit your response is by visiting the Federal Register at this link:
Once there, click the “Comment” button on the top of the webpage. You’ll have to give your full name and address along with your comment, and that information will be able to be viewed online.
You can mail your comment to:
Office of Regulatory Affairs, Enforcement Programs and Services Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives
99 New York Ave. NE, Mail Stop 6N-518
Washington, DC 20226
If you prefer to fax your comments, the number is 202-648-9741. Your fax must use at least 12-point font, written on 8 1/2 x 11 paper, be no more than five pages in length, and be signed by you along with your full name and mailing address.