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Thread: ATF has posted their proposed brace rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsbhike View Post
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    Interestingly Magpul has their braces available for sale on their website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMS951 View Post
    Interestingly Magpul has their braces available for sale on their website.
    At least for the MP5 oneÖ cannot add to cart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screwball View Post
    At least for the MP5 oneÖ cannot add to cart.
    Itíll let you put in cart and start moving through check out with the BTR for an AR.

    Iíd think a big company with top dollar lawyers didnít over look still having these for sale, itís a conscious choice.

    I wonder if itís because they think itíll get shot down soon in court, or because they are just going to sell them and make making legal the customers problem? Like short barreled uppers or what not.

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    The “braces” are not illlegal to sell or own. Selling a gun with one might get attention. The braces are just crappy stocks that you can put on any rifle.
    The Second Amendment ACKNOWLEDGES our right to own and bear arms that can be used for lawful purposes, and are not dangerous AND unusual or subject to historical restriction from the founding era.

    It's that simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FromMyColdDeadHand View Post
    The “braces” are not illlegal to sell or own. Selling a gun with one might get attention. The braces are just crappy stocks that you can put on any rifle.
    That's what I said earlier.....how long before the companies that sell AR's get squeezed for customer lists of "pistol" sales?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FromMyColdDeadHand View Post
    The “braces” are not illlegal to sell or own. Selling a gun with one might get attention. The braces are just crappy stocks that you can put on any rifle.
    Right. Itís just that a brace wonít be allowed to be used on a pistol as an end end-run around NFA/SBR.

    A brace is not like the bump fire stock that was outright banned. Perhaps some folks donít know the difference.

    NFA should have never been made law, and it needs repealing. That said, average Joe exploiting an accommodation to the handicapped as an end-run around the NFA was predictably headed to where we are today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChattanoogaPhil View Post
    Right. It’s just that a brace won’t be allowed to be used on a pistol as an end end-run around NFA/SBR.

    A brace is not like the bump fire stock that was outright banned. Perhaps some folks don’t know the difference.

    NFA should have never been made law, and it needs repealing. That said, average Joe exploiting an accommodation to the handicapped as an end-run around the NFA was predictably headed to where we are today.
    I take it you shoot a pistol only in this manner?



    Per the standards of what you said as it relates to federal law, bringing the weak hand up for a steadier hold has a predictable outcome.

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