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Lazy Law: BATFE edition January 4, 2012

Posted by federalist in Regulation, RKBA.

It is unfair for ATF to hold individuals to a standard that they cannot articulate themselves.

In a prime example of Lazy Law, the Washington Times describes how the ATF hurts the firearms industry with capricious, secret, and at times contradictory bureaucratic rulings on what manufacturers can build. The Bureau issues approvals for products that it can arbitrarily revoke at any time without compensation to those who lose money as a result.



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