“This troubling ANPRM raises serious constitutional concerns, including the violation of the separation of powers, abdication or improper delegation of authority, violation of fundamental rights guaranteeing citizens due process, protection against discriminatory and arbitrary enforcement of vague laws, and violation of the Takings Clause,” said Brandon Combs, president of the FPC. “Not to mention an affront to the fundamental, individual Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. Should the Department of Justice and BATFE pursue this attempt to unlawfully and unconstitutionally exceed their statutory authority through regulatory efforts like this targeting these non-firearm devices, FPC (and almost certainly many others) will be forced to seek judicial relief.”
FPC is proud to be on the front lines fighting for the Second Amendment.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives closed the public comment period on bump stocks Thursday as the agency prepares to re-examine the controversial device’s classification under federal law...
...The Firearms Policy Coalition — and other gun rights groups — said the ATF’s initial determination should stand. The organization submitted comments last week to the agency detailing its “strong opposition” to reclassifying bump stocks under federal law.
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