Bump stocks were banned and now Biden wants pistol braces and 80% guns banned, what is next?
go to the comment page put out by big brother ATF for the upcoming laws on pistol braces
I know they do not care but do it any way please contact your congress and senate
you may not have one or want one but there chipping away next may be something you have and no one else wants or thinks they need one so who cares
they will not define what is good what is bad what is OK by them or what they say is a SBR or nfa item there options are remove and add a longer barrel ( so no pistol ) destroy the firearm turn it in to the government register it or possible face felony for having it although we well not tell you if its legal by description however your going to jail and pay a huge fine if your caught and it does not meet out requirements which we will not put on paper if we decide its not so best to "register" your gun" to be safe thy said they would wave the 200.00 fee for now but then again if you sell it will the buyer want to pay 200.00 more to register it ya sure they will
their regulation purposed is big gray sheet(s) of legislation no details only they will decide when the come to your house and see it and only 14 days to allow comments suppose to be 30 but they decided its just a minor issue to declarer millions of gun owners a felon
Haven't heard a peep out of the NRA in a while. They too busy getting audited???
GOA has our back, thankfully.
Never give an inch. They will take a mile.
If you do hear from them it will be in the form of a urgent disaster notification mailed out to the membership.[green font] They will "Fight tooth and nail for your second amendment rights" if you just send in a healthy donation. Then after they have raised tens of millions of dollars, they will cave like they always do. But hey membership, ante up! Wayne ain't livin' in the "manner to which he is accustomed" here of late. Dammit now, he DESERVES to live large for all the fighting for the second he has done.....[green font]
Me and the NRA parted company after they helped pass the 1994 crime bill.