Want to help us sue the ATF?
Biden’s ATF is about to roll out a ban on pistol braces – a commonly owned gun accessory that makes guns safer and easier to shoot.
This is Biden’s attempt to bypass Congress to enact gun control via executive regulation – regardless alike of the Constitution and federal laws which prohibit this regulation.
If you either own or would like to own a pistol brace and would be willing to have your name appear on a potential federal lawsuit against the ATF, please let us know by filling out the form below.
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