Displaying items by tag: Bump Stocks
Displaying items by tag: Bump Stocks

Dear Fellow Patriot,

It’s happening AGAIN.

The gun grabbers are desperately searching for a way to ram their gun control agenda into law...

... and they think they’ve found a way to do it.

As usual, the most anti-gun entity in DC, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), is behind the plot.

Headed by Obama appointee Thomas E. Brandon, the ATF is pushing to ban firearms accessories WITHOUT Congress or President Trump’s sign-off.

To top it off, they are trying to avoid the mandatory public input period by making it as hard as possible for you to have any input!

It’s an outrageous attempt to stifle the First Amendment for the purpose of curtailing the Second.

The first accessory they are working to effectively ban is the “bump stock.”

But this is just the “low hanging fruit,” and they won’t stop there.

If they succeed, it will blow the door wide open for the anti-gun thugs at the ATF to ban every accessory they think they can get away with.

That’s why I’m counting on you to sign your petition DEMANDING the ATF abandon their Firearm Accessory Ban.

The ATF says they’re “seeking public comments” on whether or not they have the authority to do this.

But instead of actually seeking public input, the ATF is requiring that you jump through hoop after hoop, just to leave a comment.

That’s why your signed NAGR petition is VITAL.

We will FORCE the ATF to pay attention, despite their attempts to silence us all.

Please sign your petition to STOP the Firearms Accessory Ban right away!

We have already successfully stopped the ATF and other anti-gun Obama agencies in their schemes in the past.

You may remember back in 2015 when the ATF attempted to ban M855 (green tip) ammo.

During that fight, your National Association for Gun Rights delivered hundreds of thousands of petitions, OVER 90% of the public comments on the issue.

This tidal wave of YOUR petitions FORCED the ATF to back down, and they were NOT happy.

We did it again in 2016 when Obama’s Social Security Administration tried to strip over 4 million law-abiding Americans of their gun rights by bureaucratic fiat.

Once again, your National Association for Gun Rights delivered 250,000 petitions, swamping the “comment period.”

All this public attention forced the Administration to stall implementation until Trump won office.

And once again, the Obama-appointed bureaucrats were spitting mad.

Now they’ve come up with a dangerous scheme to start banning accessories, and to silence you in the process!

If they succeed in again circumventing Congress, this will cement a dangerous precedent for even more regulations being made by government bureaucrats.

If the ATF can get away with banning these firearm accessories, what’s to stop them from banning magazines, ammunition, or any other accessory?

And if they do succeed, it will allow a radically anti-gun future President, like extremist Elizabeth Warren, to justify even more restrictions through executive fiat.

That’s why it must be stopped NOW.

No government agency, especially ATF thugs, should have even more power to take away your God-given right to keep and bear arms!

And we should NEVER allow them to silence public input by making it too costly and time consuming.

So please join us in DEMANDING the ATF listen to the American people and abandon their Firearm Accessory Ban.

Unfortunately, a widespread ban of firearm accessories isn’t the only threat under the proposed rule.

As I’ve briefly explained above, the ATF is trying to discourage public comment by making it very hard to comment!

You are required to fill out a lengthy form and answer a questionnaire just to exercise your First Amendment rights!

That’s why it’s key that you fight back!

By signing NAGR’s petition to STOP the Firearms Accessory Ban, you will DEMAND to be heard.

We are going to hand-deliver every single petition to the ATF’s headquarters...

... with lawyers and a full media showdown if necessary.

That’s why a massive number of petitions is absolutely necessary.

So please join with me by signing your petition to STOP the Firearm Accessory Ban.

And once you’ve done that, please consider making a generous contribution to support our efforts.

Whatever you can afford will be greatly appreciated, and will go straight to gathering even more petitions and delivering them to the ATF.

Whether that is $500, $1,000, or more, like a few generous folks have given us already, or even just $10 or $20, it will be greatly appreciated and used judiciously.

This fight is absolutely vital, and with your support, I’m confident that we will win.

Thank you for all that you do.

For Freedom,


Dudley Brown
President
National Association for Gun Rights


P.S. The ATF is trying to unilaterally ban firearm accessories in a blatant violation of the Constitution.

This could set a dangerous precedent for massive new gun grabs and future anti-gun Presidents.

Even worse, the ATF is trying to shut down public comment by making it hard to comment.

You are required to fill out a lengthy form and answer a questionnaire just to exercise your First Amendment rights!

That’s why the National Association for Gun Rights is going around the ATF’s comment registry.

Please sign your petition to STOP the Firearm Accessory Ban.

NAGR will deliver your pro-gun petition, setting these Obama-era bureaucrats straight while safeguarding your information.

And once you’ve done that, please consider making a generous contribution to help us in this important fight.


Published in Gun Rights News

 

 

 
Following the horrific shooting in Las Vegas, anti-gun Members of Congress have been going all-out to pass their gun control agenda into law.


Just hours after shots reigned terror onto the concert-goers, calls for gun control began coming in.


And House Speaker Paul Ryan even joined in, and with one statement he betrayed every Second Amendment supporter in America.

 
Just days after the shooting, he urged the Trump administration to ban a gun accessory, and stated that he was open to gun control.


When asked about gun control legislation following the shooter, he stated that it is something we “clearly need to look into.”


The accessory he is hoping to ban is known as a “bump-fire” stock, and simply uses the rifles recoil system to increase the rate of fire of the shooter.


The truth is, even without a “bump-fire” stock, it is possible to “bump-fire” with nothing more than a belt loop.


Is Congress going to try to ban belt loops too?


Probably not, but they could use the "bump-stock" ban precedence to justify a ban on gun magazines, which make repetitive fire possible.



But there’s no doubt that House Speaker Paul Ryan put that much thought into his argument before calling for them to be banned.


In fact, Speaker Ryan admitted that he didn’t even know what a “bump-fire” stock was until he decided to try to ban them.


Thankfully, the National Association for Gun Rights is leading the charge to defeat every piece of gun control in Congress.


NAGR has been running a “No Gun Control Fax Bomb” with the goal to collect and deliver 500,000 fax petitions to Congress before Monday, October 23.


You can click here to send your petition to your Senator and Representatives >> https://nagr.org/2017/faxLandingPage-p.aspx?pid=GRN1b

 

 

 

 

 

Published in Gun Rights News

 

 

 
Following the horrific shooting in Las Vegas, anti-gun Members of Congress have been going all-out to pass their gun control agenda into law.


Just hours after shots reigned terror onto the concert-goers, calls for gun control began coming in.


And House Speaker Paul Ryan even joined in, and with one statement he betrayed every Second Amendment supporter in America.

 
Just days after the shooting, he urged the Trump administration to ban a gun accessory, and stated that he was open to gun control.


When asked about gun control legislation following the shooter, he stated that it is something we “clearly need to look into.”


The accessory he is hoping to ban is known as a “bump-fire” stock, and simply uses the rifles recoil system to increase the rate of fire of the shooter.


The truth is, even without a “bump-fire” stock, it is possible to “bump-fire” with nothing more than a belt loop.


Is Congress going to try to ban belt loops too?


Probably not, but they could use the "bump-stock" ban precedence to justify a ban on gun magazines, which make repetitive fire possible.



But there’s no doubt that House Speaker Paul Ryan put that much thought into his argument before calling for them to be banned.


In fact, Speaker Ryan admitted that he didn’t even know what a “bump-fire” stock was until he decided to try to ban them.


Thankfully, the National Association for Gun Rights is leading the charge to defeat every piece of gun control in Congress.


NAGR has been running a “No Gun Control Fax Bomb” with the goal to collect and deliver 500,000 fax petitions to Congress before Monday, October 23.


You can click here to send your petition to your Senator and Representatives >> https://nagr.org/2017/faxLandingPage-p.aspx?pid=GRN1a

 

 

 

 

 

Published in Gun Rights News