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Federal Judge Issues Temporary Stay on ATF Frame and Receiver Rule
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Federal Judge Issues Temporary Stay on ATF Frame and Receiver Rule

Court's Judgment Expected to be Reinstated after Seven-Day Stay

Texas Suppressors Case Dismissed by Judge

Judge dismisses Texas case challenging registration and taxing of suppressors

ATF's Frames and Receiver Rule Struck Down Nationwide as Invalid and Beyond ATF's Authority

Federal Court Ruling Vacates the Frames and Receivers Rule

Update on the Made in Texas Suppressor Law

Dismissal of the case for lack of standing

ATF's Rule on Frames and Receivers Knocked Out by Court

Fifth Circuit denies government's request to stay vacator of the rule

Major Win for Second Amendment as Court Strikes Down Ghost Gun Rules

ATF and Department of Justice's attempt to redefine gun parts as firearms is rejected by the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

Mexico Lawsuit Against Gun Companies Takes a New Twist in First Circuit

First Circuit Court appears open to Mexico's argument against gun manufacturers

ATF Files Response in Pistol Brace Cases, Seeks Removal of Nationwide Injunction

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) has recently filed a response to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in various pistol brace cases, which are currently undergoing consolidation at the appellate court level. The ATF's response argues that the lower courts have either misinterpreted the analysis or granted injunctions that exceed the scope of their authority. Consequently, the ATF is pushing for the removal of the nationwide injunction and individual organizational injunctions, including those of Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) and Gun Owners of America (GOA).

Texas Suppressor Freedom Case Update: ATF Argues Against NFA and ATS Regulation

The Texas Suppressor Freedom case has been making waves in the firearms community as it aims to challenge the National Firearms Act (NFA) and the regulations imposed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) on suppressors. In a recent development, the ATF is seeking to have the case thrown out by the fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, arguing that a positive ruling in favor of the plaintiffs would allow individuals to circumvent the required NFA tax.

Can illegal immigrants "legally" own firearms?

In the past days, the gun community has found itself in the midst of a contentious debate sparked by a recent ruling regarding firearm possession by illegal immigrants. The ruling, issued in Illinois by a judge appointed under the Obama administration, has raised eyebrows and prompted a flurry of questions.