It is total political war.
Joe Biden’s Department of Justice is rapidly becoming the launch-point of attack against the freedom that holds our America together – the Second Amendment.
Biden’s administration officially released a notice of proposed ATF rule change that would classify most pistol braces, which MILLIONS of Americans already own, as subject to regulation under the National Firearms Act.
Totally and completely unconstitutional, Biden wants to make you a felon under the NFA unless you surrender your pistol braces or pay heavy taxes and register them as SBRs.
And if David Chipman is confirmed as head of the ATF in the weeks to come, you can bet he’ll move like a freight train over our Second Amendment freedoms with every bit of power he has.
The gloves are off, and that’s why the North Carolina Firearms Coalition and our sister organizations all over the country are hammering back with everything we have!
However, we need YOUR SUPPORT right now to fight back against this latest ATF overreach.
Here are two ways you can immediately get in the fight:
- Make an emergency contribution to NCFC’s Second Amendment Defense Fund of $100, $50, $25 or whatever you can.
- Please forward this email to everyone you know.
The only way we will stop this attack is if we are all united, marching in lockstep with each other.
If you have friends who have been sitting on the fence, now is the time for them to get off of it and get into this battle to save our nation!
Please forward them this email.
And when you do, please urge them to make a generous donation to the North Carolina Firearms Coalition right away!
This proposed ATF rule puts hundreds of thousands of gun owners just like YOU at risk of a felony simply for exercising your Second Amendment rights.
The government knows that pistol braces are lawful items, but they don’t care. We need to stop this.
We need it now.
If that is too much, any contribution between $5 and $100 is desperately needed.
Please don’t wait until tomorrow — STAND AND FIGHT!
North Carolina Firearms Coalition