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Do You Really Have to Surrender Your Imported Firearms Under the Pistol Brace Rule?

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Published on 26 Jan 2023 / In News and Politics

Washington Gun Law President, William Kirk, answers one of the most common questions we are getting about ATF's new pistol brace rule, specifically, what about the rumor that all foreign made firearms with attached stabilizing braces cannot be registered? Is it true that owners of these firearms will have only one of two choices: destroy it or surrender it? Today, we discuss that by taking a deeper dive into not only the rule, but the applicable laws. Maybe its not as bad as we thought, maybe it is this terrible. There is no doubt that foreign made firearms are more susceptible to this rule, but why? Learn what all of this means to you and arm yourself with education today.
Applicable Rule:

ATF Final Rule on Stabilizing Braces. ATF 2021R-08F.
Applicable Statutes.

18 U.S.C.. Sec. 922.

18 U.S.C. Sec. 925.

27 CFR 478.93.
Other Resources:

What Does the New ATF Pistol Brace Really Mean to You?

HUGE WIN on Bump Stocks and What That Means for Pistol Braces.

The One Easy Way Around the Pistol Brace Fiasco.

How Likely Is It That ATF Shows Up to Get Your Pistol?

The HUGE Difference Between Converting a Pistol to a Rifle vs. a Rifle to a Pistol.

All the Terrible Choices the ATF Will Leave You With for Your Pistol Braces.

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