Fifth Circuit Injunction Against ATF Pistol Brace Rule

On May 26th, 2023 the Firearms Policy Coalition posted that the Fifth Circuit clarified an Injunction Pending Appeal in the case against the ATF regarding pistol braces, Mock V. Garland.  They stated that the injunction applies to FPC members, Maxim Defense customers and the individual plaintiff's resident family members.  

The FPC has been working to fight the ATF ruling that most firearms using what was previously designated a pistol brace is actually a short barreled rifle.  That ruling would potentially make felons out of millions of owners of firearms that have been legal for years.  Since I don't typically give legal advice or opinion on this blog, I encourage readers to check out the FPC website for more information and to get involved, you can check out the article here:

Take Off Brace Sale
I actually saw this story in an e-mail from Rainier Arms before anything from FPC.  With the injunction in place, they are currently selling off a lot of the braces that were pulled off of pistols in their inventory.  

See the photo and link at right as an example, they are selling a take off SBA3 brace for $79.92 as of the date of this post.  Especially if you submitted Form 1 paperwork for your pistol it could be a good price on a slightly used pistol brace.  

I also recommend checking out the FPC and supporting businesses like Rainier Arms that are staying on top of gun rights and fighting to keep them.  Without those groups and the citizens that are writing their congressmen and staying active in the fight for the second amendment we would see the lose of even more of our rights.  Colorado recently buried an assault weapon ban due to massive public backlash, check out that article here:

And if you missed it, here is my previous post on the ATF ruling:


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