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Doesn't affect me or anything I own, so. . .
True but, it’s a step in the wrong direction. Today…..braces. Tomorrow…… 9 rd mags (making almost every pistol illegal). The next day….. iron sites. Ect……


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A rough calculation of the estimated total number of braces and the estimated number of registrations that the ATF can process per day/year shows that it should take about 3000 years for them to actually get all the new registrations out to the brace owners.

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A rough calculation of the estimated total number of braces and the estimated number of registrations that the ATF can process per day/year shows that it should take about 3000 years for them to actually get all the new registrations out to the brace owners.

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That won't be a problem... because I predict they will get VERY few applications.
 

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A rough calculation of the estimated total number of braces and the estimated number of registrations that the ATF can process per day/year shows that it should take about 3000 years for them to actually get all the new registrations out to the brace owners.

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That won't be a problem... because I predict they will get VERY few applications.
Kind of my point. It doesn't affect me personally, but they're smokin' some really good schiznit if they think there will a flood of, no scratch that, even a trickle of applications compared to numbers already out in the wild. SCROOM!
 
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How many bump stocks were turned in...... counting with 1 hand.....
A different situation. There was no provision for registering bump stocks. They were flat-out banned and had to be turned in or destroyed.

Here are the compliance options for the braces:
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I suspect this will go much like the "Assault Weapons" registration requirements for NY and CT: 6% and 12% compliance, respectively.
 
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Sooo, when is the final date for registration?
120 days after it's published in the Federal Register (which I think is expected to be some time next week).
 
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The thinking on YouTube 2A lawyers is that the regulation is too complicated for judges (let alone the average gun owner) to know what will be prohibited and what will not.
It's a 293-page regulation that is essentially based on "factoring criteria".

Liberal judge will be concerned that it will convert the unknowing public into felons.
Conservative judges won't be happy with NFA making laws via regulation (without Congress).

So, this is probably DOA in the courts.

At least, that's essentially what I saw on YouTube about all this.
Disclaimer: I don't own a pistol brace.
 

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A rather unfortunate (fortunate?) Freudian Slip by the Alphabet Agency. On page 217 of the 293 page document....
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OOPS!
 
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