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ATF e-forms suspended to show you who’s boss

The Spite House takes out more of its petty hatred to political enemies by shutting down the electronic forms section of the ATF site. Because, you know, leaving it in place costs more than paying some one to take it down. I suppose someone will really respond to emails, right:

eForms Outage

Due to the lapse in appropriation of federal funds, the e-Forms system is temporarily suspended until further notice.
We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience.
ASSISTANCE:
Please direct questions to the OST Customer Support Help Desk at 1-877-875-3723 or Helpdesk-OSTCS@atf.gov.

4 Responses to “ATF e-forms suspended to show you who’s boss”

  1. mikee Says:

    Disabling websites that are in any way interactive with the public, when the IT Department is shut down, is sound security practice and while petty and spiteful I can’t really argue with it.

    What I can argue with is designating the IT Department “non-essential” personnel.

  2. jdrush Says:

    Does this mean Obama agrees- gun control is a non-essential government program?

  3. Austrian Anarchy Says:

    So does this mean EVERYBODY can just wait three days and get their gun, or am I thinking of the wrong system?

  4. CaptDMO Says:

    So the administration shut down the “for your safety, for the children” system?
    What does the statute say about “response within a defined period of time-OR ELSE!”, like my CC permit?