Skip to comments.Multiple Pro-Gun Groups Submit Comments to ATF Over Proposed Bump Stock Ban
Posted on 05/16/2018 7:46:00 AM PDT by rktman
Gun Owners of America (GOA) and Gun Owners Foundation (GOF) on Tuesday submitted comments to the Department of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) on the proposed bump stock ban.
These regulations will infringe the Second Amendment rights of Americans the very same Americans who elected the current President based on his promises that he would defend those rights. Respectfully, we want to emphasize there is no legal authority to ban so-called bump stocks or bump-fire stocks by decree. An executive ban of bump stocks, by classifying them as machineguns [sic], would utterly contradict the plain text of the federal statute regulating machineguns [sic], even as the Obama administration repeatedly conceded
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Yes. It is an extra-constitutional ban of a legal product that is similar in nature to an “iran-deal” pile of garbage.
I don’t care if “our” guy did it or not!
Where is ATF mentioned in the 2nd Amendment?
Is the ATF some radical, violent hate group?
Seems like they want to invalidate basic laws of physics.
The bump stock ban, so called, is meaningless gun grabber feel-good crapola, like so much of the anti-Second Amendment legislation.
You would think that comprehension skills would be a little higher. It’s not that hard. Lucky for a majority of office holders there’s really no intelligence requirement to hold office. Not so lucky for us.
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