Pistol Brace Seminar
and The ATF has come out with a new ruling on how we can use pistol braces on AR pistols. If you currently own a pistol brace, you need to know this. In this seminar will help you understand the new changes and how they affect your property. This is a 2-hour non-shooting seminar with one hour of information and one hour for Q&A.
This is how the ATF expects you to understand the new pistol brace ruling. A 98 page PDF. Here is the “summary”…
The Department of Justice (‘‘Department’’ or ‘‘DOJ’’) is amending the regulations of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (‘‘ATF’’) to clarify when a rifle is designed, made, and intended to be fired from the shoulder. Specifically, under the Gun Control Act of 1968 (‘‘GCA’’) and the National Firearms Act of 1934 (‘‘NFA’’) the definition of ‘‘rifle’’ shall include a weapon that is equipped with an accessory, component, or other rearward attachment (e.g., a ‘‘stabilizing brace’’) that provides surface area that allows the weapon to be fired from the shoulder, provided other factors, as described in this preamble and in the amended regulations, indicate that the weapon is designed, made, and intended to be fired from the shoulder.
We’re going to explain this new change in simple language so you’ll have a better understanding of what this new rule change means what the ATF expects you to do.
Please note, we are not lawyers. This isn’t legal advice and we’re not going to be giving legal advice. This seminar is coming from someone with 15 years of firearm industry experience.
This seminar is FREE for all members and just $10 for non-members.