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Late last week, (Friday, March 23, 2018) Attorney General Sessions announced that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) has initiated the process to classify bump-stocks as machineguns. The announcement is available on DOJ’s website. If adopted, the rules will amend the ATF’s regulations to “clarify” the terms “single function of the trigger,” “automatically,” and “machinegun.”
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for the firearms and ammunition industry, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) announced the launch of Operation Secure Store (OSS), a comprehensive joint initiative to help Federal Firearms Licensees (FFL) make well-informed security-related decisions to deter and prevent thefts.
Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., as well as Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii commissioned a Government Accountability Office report to look into how online private dealers might be selling guns to people not allowed to have them. The results were not what they likely expected as almost no one took the bait, refusing to sell or buy illegally. Read the full story here.
Breaking News: BATFE announces the resignation of Director B. Todd Jones effective March 31. The agency does not reveal his reasons why. Will the new acting director be any better? Read the ATF’s announcement and our analysis in this post.
Yesterday afternoon, the ATF Tweeted it will wait to make a final decision on its purposed M855 ammo ban, claiming the bureau needs “more study” on the armor-piercing ammo exemptions. But, there are millions of gun owners and only 80,000 comments. Read this article to find out how you can have your voice heard at the ATF.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms retracted a published ban on M855 5.56 NATO and other ammunition that had appeared in electronic versions of the agency’s 2014 ATF Regulation Guide earlier this year.
According to reporting by Katie Pavlich, news editor at Townhall.com, BATF’s recent proposal to ban commonly used M855 “green tip” AR-15 ammunition under the guise of law-enforcement safety has apparently been in the works far longer than originally thought.