Category Archives: ATF Ruling

Those who renounce their US Citizenship can never own guns again even if they regain citizenship

What happens to your gun rights after renouncing your citizenship?  Today’s post looks at this issue. A few weeks ago I received a call from a woman who had renounced her citizenship in 2016.  I do not know if she … Continue reading

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Understanding the implications of the recent ATF ruling regarding overall length measurements

Social media is buzzing about the recent release of a letter from the ATF regarding folding or telescoping ‘stabilizing braces’, non-standard receiver extensions, and the measurement of overall length (OAL). I have received several calls and emails from clients who … Continue reading

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Status of the Bump Fire Stock Ban

I receive calls almost every day from clients asking for an update on the status of the bump fire stock ban. The ban is currently scheduled to go into effect (with items surrendered or destroyed) on March 26, 2019 unless … Continue reading

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