ATF Retreats on Proposed Ban to Create Millions of Felons Overnight

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 29, 2020

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Washington, D.C. – Bureaucrats at the anti-gun ATF are surrendering their plan to arbitrarily ban AR and AK pistol braces. The plan would have turned millions of gun-owners into criminals overnight. Just five days after initiating their comment period, the ATF posted a “withdrawal of a notice and request for comments” on “Stabilizing Braces.” 

Before the ATF even posted their comment page, the National Association for Gun Rights sounded the alarm and began mobilizing their 4.5 million members to oppose the ban.

“The gun grabbers at the ATF thought banning stabilizing braces would be a walk in the park, but our members let them know they weren’t having any of it,” said Dudley Brown, President of the National Association for Gun Rights.

As of today, the ATF comment page has gathered over 71 thousand comments and 364 thousand page views on an issue they hoped would garner little attention over Christmas.

“The assault on pistol braces is not the only egregious act by the ATF as of late. They also recently conducted a raid on a so-called “Ghost Gun” manufacturer. These are just precursors to a much more aggressive gun grab coming from the ATF under a President Joe Biden. Biden is coming for your guns and the ATF will be his attack dog,” said Brown.

The National Association for Gun Rights and its 4.5 million members remains vigilant and OPPOSES any gun control regulations proposed by the ATF and a future Biden Administration.


 

The National Association for Gun Rights is the nation’s largest “no compromise” pro-gun organization, with 4.5 million members nationwide.

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