ATF struggles to inspect gun dealers with scarce resources

WASHINGTON – Gun rights advocates have long sought to fight off new measures that could restrict the availability of firearms by urging federal officials to make sure current laws are followed.

But what if the feds are unable to?

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5 Responses to ATF struggles to inspect gun dealers with scarce resources

  1. John Deaux says:

    Ban the ATF.
    A waste of time, money infringement of of rights

  2. rick says:

    Y’all do know of ATF’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking? You have until midnight EST January 25th to make your comments. It’s about bumpstocks but here’s the deal. Even if you don’t give a hoot about bumpstocks, the proposed rule could very well end up making every semi-auto into a ‘machine gun’. Check it for yourself if you have doubts.

  3. Phssthpok says:

    Is not bug, is FEATURE!

  4. Andrew says:

    If the government truly followed the Constitution, then the BATFE would be there to help you buy guns, fix guns, shoot guns, make explosives, store explosives and explode explosives, and grow, process and use tobacco, or make, store and sell/use alcohol..

    Hell, there should be ‘knock and talk’ units that go around and help people with keeping and using guns, explosives and, yes, tobacco (still one of the best pesticides around, think on that) and booze or beer.

    Or, fuck it, just shut them down. No real reason that about 10 other agencies, who’s rules cover all four (alcohol, guns, explosives, tobacco,) can’t handle any real issues, like sales, transportation, taxation (Nooooooo!) or manufacture can’t handle.

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