NFA Day of Reckoning was a Success!

As our viewers are aware, Firearms Industry Consulting Group (FICG), a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C., declared yesterday, September 3, 2013, as the National Firearms Act (NFA) Day of Reckoning in response to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ (ATF) proposal, ATF 41P. By all reports, the NFA Day of Reckoning was a success!

We have received numerous responses by individuals stating that they sent out multiple letters to their State and Federal Representatives and Officials regarding ATF 41P. Please note that these correspondences were NOT comments, as the comment period has not begun. Rather, these correspondences were dealing with preliminary issues which the DOJ and ATF have ignored, although required by the law.

We were made aware that our blog appeared on, Examiner David Codrea discussed it in his article “Gun Lawyer Group calls for tomorrow to be ‘NFA Day of Reckoning’“, the NFA Day of Reckoning was blogged about by Attorney David Hardy on his blog, Of Arms and the Law, it was listed and discussed on multiple internet forums, and included in part of an article on Additionally, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince and Attorney Tom Odom spoke with the Chief Counsel for the Pennsylvania GOP regarding these issues.

Even with all of this response, we still need more. We are inviting all of our viewers to respond to this post with what action they took yesterday for the NFA Day of Reckoning. Also, for everyone who was unaware or unable to send letters yesterday, the fight is not over! You can still submit letters to your State and Federal Representatives and Officials. If we all work together, we can stop ATF 41P from being enacted; however, it is going to take a concerted effort on everyone’s part.

You can follow upcoming news on this blog or join the Facebook page we started, Americans Opposed to ATF 41P. You can also find out Firearms Industry Consulting Group Facebook page here.

4 thoughts on “NFA Day of Reckoning was a Success!

  1. I sent mine out letters snail mail thinking that the impact would be larger; was this a tactical error, and was latency more important?


    1. I don’t believe it was a tactical error. We’ve had people mail, fax, and email their letters. What we need to ensure is that our Representatives understand the importance of this proposal and why it should be stopped.


  2. I snail-mailed letters to my two federal senators, state senator, federal rep, state rep and my governor. And I shared your post on Facebook and invited others to join in.


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