ATF Rule Effectively Turns Gun Owners Into Felons

The ATF ruling on pistols with “stabilizing braces” is being challenged by West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and 26 other state attorneys general. On May 25, the group of outraged chief law enforcement officers of the states sent a letter to House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., in hopes of getting the attention of the speaker and members of Congress.

Morrisey pointed out that laws of this nature are ambiguous. The language used extends, he said, the threshold of the rule into categories of guns that should not be illegal.

Morrisey told Newsmax he believes the Biden administration is making things more difficult. Things that were deemed acceptable for a long time, he said, are now put into question with rulings such as this. Morrisey said, “This is a deterrent, making them cost more money.”

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