News article on ATF pistol brace rule

Yours truly was recently interviewed by in Chattanooga about ongoing legal challenges to the ATF’s final rule 2021R-08F, “Factoring Criteria for Firearms with Attached ‘Stabilizing Braces.’”

Reed Martz, an attorney who specializes in Second Amendment law, says, “There’s a lot of similarities between the lawsuits. They’re all seeking to overturn the final rule because of a variety of different reasons. Including that the rule was not properly implemented, that it is impermissibly vague. That it exceeds the ATF’s authority. That it violates the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. That it violates the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution, which is an interesting tactic, that it violates some taxing powers.”