It’s time for us to stand together, my friends. The time is now for us to all put aside our differences to stand for the 2A. The Biden Administration and his AFT (pun intended) have an open comment period on their newest infringement game.
This comment period is open until August 19, 2021. We must ALL comment to tell the ATF what we think about their new infringements.
They basically plan to re-write some stuff, change some words around, and redefine what constitutes a gun. For example, the “buy, build, shoot kits” that companies like Polymer80 manufacture and sell would be redefined as a gun.
If they can do this, if they’re allowed to get away with this, it’s going to be open season on the rest of our rights.
Once the ATF (pun removed) has re-written what is and isn’t a gun, suppressor, etc., you can all but kiss certain aspects of the gun industry buh-bye — along with the companies who make the parts.
They will then continue to write and re-write laws as they see fit, which is clearly outside of their scope as a law enforcement agency.
I encourage all of you to submit a comment on the Regulations page, or follow the directions to submit a comment however you want to (like snail mail) by clicking on that link. You have just under 90 days to do so.
Here are the requirements list on the ATF’s page that, if not followed, will yield your comment useless. Make sure you follow their procedures for commenting or it won’t be heard:
All comments must reference this document’s docket number ATF 2021R-05, be legible, and include the commenter’s complete first and last name and full mailing address. ATF may not consider, or respond to, comments that do not meet these requirements or comments containing profanity.
ATF will retain all comments as part of this rulemakings administrative record. ATF will treat all comments as originals and will not acknowledge receipt of comments. In addition, if ATF cannot read your comment due to technical difficulties and cannot contact you for clarification, ATF may not be able to consider your comment.
ATF will carefully consider all comments, as appropriate, received on or before the closing date, and will give comments after that date the same consideration if practical to do so, but assurance of consideration cannot be given except as to comments received on or before the closing date.
It’s also recommended that you remain polite and have a non-threatening demeanor. That time may be coming, but let’s try to prevent it if at all possible.
We really need to start coming together over this, so please comment regardless of what you think about 80% receivers, suppressors, or anything else they’re looking to re-define.
This will effectively change the landscape of our Second Amendment for years to come and it cannot be allowed to stand.