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Pro Tip: You better put the Velcro back on your pistol brace.

I’m not a lawyer, but my reading of this is that you can not modify the brace in anyway, shape, or form. Removing the Velcro would constitute a modification. You probably also should not put a saddle on it.Basically dont do anything to it to change the OEM configuration.

Again… Not a lawyer.

ATF Reverses Itself on Shouldering a Pistol Brace

Alternate Headline… This is going to cost me some money!

Bleg… I really want a 9mm PDW that uses a pistol brace of some sort, and I have for some time now. Which route should I go? Ideally, it would be as short and compact as possible, have a folding pistol brace, and take glock mags.

Use the comment section and point me in the right direction. What should I buy? What platform? What brace should I attach? Should I just abandon the idea of Glock mags?

Eliminating DC’s Handgun Ban Increased Homicides 0%

Eliminating the District of Columbia’s comprehensive handgun ban had almost no effect on homicides committed with or without such firearms in the nation’s capital, according to an analysis by The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group. Nearly 80 percent of all D.C. homicide victims from 2000 through 2007 were killed with a gun, city and federal… Read Full Post…

Why ‘national reciprocity’ for guns is immaterial

Over the weekend, I was perusing the online NRA-ILA newsletter. If you are gun enthusiast, own and/or carry a weapon, or merely a supporter of the Second Amendment and gun rights, I would suggest you sign up for the newsletter. Most articles interest me, but one in particular seemed intriguing. It is entitled, “5 reasons to… Read Full Post…

WA Senate Votes Unanimously to Amend Firearms Transfer Law

OLYMPIA, WA (February 23, 2017) — Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) applauded the passage of Washington Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5552 today, which was moved forward by the Senate in a unanimous 49-0 vote. Prior to passage, the bill was amended to include a new FPC-supported exemption to the state’s firearm transfer restrictions for law-abiding gun owners. Read Full Post…

Appeal of California waiting period filed…

SAN FRANCISCO (February 13, 2017)­­­­­­ – Today, attorneys for The Calguns Foundation (CGF), Second Amendment Foundation, and two individual plaintiffs filed a petition with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals seeking en banc (full-court) review of a wrongly-decided opinion that overturned the trial court’s judgment that California’s Waiting Period Laws violate the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution. Read Full Post…

Firearms Policy Coalition Applauds Neil Gorsuch SCOTUS Nomination

FPC Applauds President Trump for Nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to U.S. Supreme Court, Urges Quick Confirmation

SACRAMENTO, CA (February 1, 2017) — In response to President Donald J. Trump’s nomination of Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) President Brandon Combs has issued the following statement: Read Full Post…