It is really a simple request and the way they are going about fighting it and ignoring it is simply bizarre.
“I seek to obtain the names and addresses where checks will be mailed for the bump stock buy back program. My intent is to create a searchable database and map of Washington state.”—”Yati Arguna”
RW Arms is sueing the BATFE for losses of their bump stock inventory under the Fifth Amendment Takings Clause.
Not surprisingly, Graham refused to announce his witness list until 24 hours before the hearing. And he refused to allow other Republican senators to have any input.
What this means is, for now, the named plaintiffs, including this correspondent, will not be subject to enforcement action after the ban goes in effect Tuesday.
The Las Vegas shooting was the first case where a bump stock was used in a crime and this ONE case would hardly then represent an imminent “danger to public safety.”
The Bump Stock case has been expedited by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.
Judge Dabney L. Friedrich, nominated to the court by President Donald Trump, ruled against all motions for a preliminary injunction to find for the administration…
This pointless legislation is just one more attack on gun owners and accomplishes nothing but create another avenue for the state to get into your pocket.
The siege began on many of us when the clock started ticking on the “Trumpstock ban.”
In theory, a bump stock allows a gun to fire faster. Some politicians say that is too fast. Proposed regulations miss the point entirely.
The new ATF Rule makes clear that the public must become aware of the intricacies of Governmental action lest the American people lose their sacred fundamental rights and liberties.
Apart from Trump’s rash, incorrigible action, what, if anything, has Congress done to curb possession of “bump stocks devices?”
President Donald J. Trump, under immense pressure from the vocal anti-gun community, following the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada, charged the Department of Justice, and subsequently the ATF…
If the Courts do not strike down Trump’s action, we will continue to see the inexorable whittling away of the right of the people to keep and bear arms, leading inevitably to the demise of civilian ow
Donald Trump May Act Rashly on Some Matters and Avoid Repercussions; Not So, When He Blatantly Attacks the Second Amendment.
News headlines say that the BATFE has banned “bump stocks.” What are bump stocks and what does this mean?
Gun Owners of America (GOA) and its Foundation (GOF) filed suit today against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (ATF) for their regulations on bump stocks.
As NRA-ILA’s Executive Director Chris Cox noted only days after our statement was issued, “We don’t believe that bans have ever worked on anything.”
The bump-stock issue has been mishandled from the beginning, and now it has turned into a serious matter while blowing a gaping hole in our future defense of the Second Amendment.
This week, with the stroke of a pen, President Donald Trump took a bolder Gun Control step than President Obama ever did. And, he’s done it with the protection of the NRA.
An injunction will be filed in a federal court to stop implementation of the bump-stock ban until there has been a ruling on the merits of the lawsuit. We don’t want people destroying their stocks…
Get caught in violation and prepare to have your life destroyed through arrest, prosecution, incarceration and a lifetime ban on owning guns.
Trump’s willingness to bypass Congress to put many good Americans, (many who no doubt voted for him) in the crosshairs of zealous law enforcement and prosecutors is frighting.
ATF’s new bump stock regulation clearly violates federal law, as bump stocks do not qualify as machineguns under the federal statute.