Posted November 15, 2022 12:00 pm by Comments

By Dan Zimmerman

The ATF has been concerned about the definition of a “firearm” as it’s currently written into law for years. That definition, as codified in the Gun Control Act, has given them fits and nightmares when defendants’ attorneys have actually read the law and found that prosecutions brought by the ATF have been based on nothing more than regulatory fiat.
That threatened the ATF’s ability to do what it does…regulate. And with the advent of the Biden administration, there was a new executive branch mandate to redefine the terms in order to crack down on (read: kill) the 80% lower and frame business and, along with it, as much homemade firearms production in America as possible.
Continue reading TTAG Talks to FPC and MSLF Attorneys on Their Challenge to the ATF’s ‘Ghost Gun’ Rule and Frame and Receiver Redefinition at The Truth About Guns.

Source: The Truth About Guns

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