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ATF Final Rule on Stabilizing Braces: Understanding Constructive Possession

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Published on 24 May 2023 / In News and Politics

With the imminent stabilizing brace deadline from the ATF Final Rule looming and compliance methods being questioned, the newest 2A buzzwords, constructive possession and constructive intent, are sweeping the gun community. But what does "constructive possession" or “constructive intent” mean, and how do they relate to the ATF Final Rule on stabilizing braces? Armed Attorneys Emily Taylor and Richard Hayes discuss the complex legal concept, and whether it has relevance with pistol stabilizing braces and the new ATF Final Rule.

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Bodhi Searcher
Bodhi Searcher 8 days ago

Yesterday an injunction was put in place by the Supreme Court although it’s selective.
Here we are again with unequal application of the law.
Way to go FPC and Maxim Defense. Shouldn’t equal Justice exist under the law?

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