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Some day, gunnies will learn to stop asking ATF for clarification

Adam Kraut:

Late yesterday, I received an email from an individual containing a letter from ATF which was a response to a correspondence requesting the correct method to measure a firearm with a stabilizing brace and folding adaptor. It was explained that the correspondence was sent in the form of an email over a year ago and that the person had received a response via email shortly after it was sent. This letter was unsolicited and came over a year after the original request and response.

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2 Responses to “Some day, gunnies will learn to stop asking ATF for clarification”

  1. mikee Says:

    My son, who built me a nice and legal AR pistol, texted me this article so I would know not to make my pistol into an AOW illegally, even if inadvertently, with a foregrip or stock change. Good advice.

    The first time I took it to the range an older and knowledgeable clerk gave it a long careful look as I carried it in and set it on the counter, but didn’t say anything. BECAUSE IT IS LEGAL. Had it been built with a shorter stock or vertical foregrip, I wonder if he’d have commented on it, or narced me to the ATF. Don’t know, as my gun IS LEGAL.

  2. Ravenwood Says:

    They say pistols are designed to be shot one-handed. Unless one of my hands is immobilized, I always shoot a pistol with two hands.

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