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Massive Comment Filed in Opposition to ATF’s Proposed Rulemaking Regarding Bump-Stock-Devices – ATF – 2017R-22

Firearms Industry Consulting Group (“FICG”), a division of Civil Rights Defense Firm, P.C., is honored to announce that Chief Counsel Joshua Prince and Attorney Adam Kraut drafted and filed a 923 page Comment in Opposition to ATF’s proposed rulemaking on bump-stock-devices (docket no. ATF 2017R-22 ) on behalf of Firearms Policy Coalition (“FPC”) and Firearms Policy Foundation (“FPF”). A copy of FPC/FPF’s Press Release can be found here and copies of the massive Comment in Opposition and 35 Exhibits can be found here.

Humorously, it appears that FICG broke the eRulemaking Portal, as ATF was unable to upload all exhibits (i.e. videos) and had to break the exhibits up over two separate comment IDs:

FPC Comment

It bears substantial mentioning that Patton Media and Consulting and former Acting Director of the Firearms Technology Branch and Senior Analyst Richard (“Rick”) Vasquez of Rick Vasquez Firearms LLC were instrumental in providing irrefutable evidence that ATF has purposely misled the public on the function of bump-stock-devices. While this would undermine the efforts of an administrative agency with a sterling reputation for candor, as reflected in the Comment, ATF has a well-documented record of “spinning” facts and engaging in outright deception of the courts, Congress, and the public. Thus, it is imperative that the current Administration appoint a director to ATF, who has a stellar reputation for candor, honesty and upholding the law as written, so that ATF’s extremely tarnished reputation might be rehabilitated.

If you or your company wish to file a comment in support or opposition to a notice of proposed rulemaking by a federal administrative agency, contact Firearms Industry Consulting Group today to discuss your rights and legal options.

 


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