ATF has decided to redefine what constitutes a firearm. Here come the draconian regulations. We already know that the ATF is illegally keeping a firearms registry. This is just to make sure they don’t miss any. Registration is only good for one thing: confiscation.

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Russell G. · February 16, 2022 at 3:49 pm

“We already know that the ATF is illegally keeping a firearms registry. ”

They’ve been keeping illegal copies of the FFL log books for a long long time. Waaaaay back. “Nice FFL you have here, boy…now, you have 48hrs to copy your logs and give them to us…if you want your 01 renewed…”

And, that’s part of the reason why Antifa/bad guys wants in the fed building in Portland, OR so badly. Antifa meaning the and every other NGO contractor on the “other side.” Guess where all those records from FFL renewals go?

80% is your friend.

    Jonathan · February 16, 2022 at 9:02 pm

    But where do you buy your parts, magazines, and ammo?
    I’m sure their vaunted database is more than just guns. I can see them assuming you own a certain gun because you bought accessories for it with a credit card…

joe · February 16, 2022 at 7:30 pm

the end is near…

Praire1 · February 16, 2022 at 8:03 pm

Wish they would hurry up. Faster they get this going the faster eveyone and all the chest thumping goes away. No money, no power, no fight like normal.

Chine · February 17, 2022 at 3:37 am

Think for a second. The war on drugs has been going for 50+ years now. How has it succeeded? Correct. It is a total failure. What would you be willing to bet that right now, cartels worldwide are buying firearms and ammo to ship and sell here in quantities and for profit that will make the current drug market look like a fast food drive through. Give it a year or two and it is entirely possible you will be able to find whatever firearm you want for the money alone and no paperwork needed. If the coming penalties will be the same for a single barrel break open 410 or a military issue whatever, which would you rather have? Once again, govt overreaches and screws itself. Be patient.

    Bert · February 17, 2022 at 6:45 am

    How has it succeeded?

    It has removed a not inconsequential amount of your wealth and transfered it to cohorts of those who write and enforce such “Laws”

    It has allowed for countless murders to be hidden.

    It has facilitated the removal or erosion of some of your rights.

    Just to scratch the surface of your question

SiG · February 17, 2022 at 7:35 am

My nitpick. The whole thing, since the start, has said they’re going to define “readily” – as in readily converted to fire a round.

They have not given one definition of readily. I think that’s because they don’t want to be held to any standard. They want to make it up the definition on the spot to deem anything illegal that they want.

According to simple CONTROL-F find on the web page, “readily” appears three times. One tells you’re they’re going to define it, the other two use it without defining it.

Back in the NPRM last summer, they had a long footnote including different rulings from courts on guns that were “readily converted” that ranged from taking less than an hour for a person with no specialized knowledge up to “eight hours in a properly equipped machine shop.” I can agree that if someone who can barely handle a battery powered drill can do it in less than an hour, that’s readily converted, but the other extreme is light years from “readily.”

Exactly where the line should be between the number of minutes it takes Homer Simpson with a cordless drill and an eight hour day in a properly-equipped machine shop is what they should be telling us, but they don’t.

    Divemedic · February 17, 2022 at 11:40 am

    I always thought ‘eight hours in a properly equipped machine shop’ was a ridiculous standard. A machinist in a properly equipped machine shop can turn a block of metal into a Ma Deuce in eight hours in a properly equipped machine shop.

joe · February 17, 2022 at 8:56 am

are they trying to say only a licensed/certified gunsmith can replace a worn out spring or any other part in a gun now?… is this another way to keep track of who had firearms?… so I won’t be able to buy a part kit to replace my own stuff and if I do it will have serial numbers on it now?… they write shit to make it hard to interpret on purpose

Anonymous · February 18, 2022 at 11:43 am

In the last 100 years, the max travel speed for the middle class improved from horseback to jet airplanes. But in the last 100 years, the best everyday carry defense weapon for the middle class improved from a revolver to a wondernine.

Gun control has been a fantastic success for the US government, because it suppressed innovation which would change the balance of military power between the victim and the government. A modern defense weapon might be a box containing a robot bee swarm. In one of L. Neil Smith’s libertarian fantasy stories, beautiful women walk down the sidewalk nude, wearing only a ring which is a powerful beam weapon. Naked means defenseless; these characters are nude.

When Charlie Brown and Lucy grew up, Charlie became a voter while Lucy became speaker of the house.

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