|DATE:||April 14, 2020|
|TO:||USF & NRA Members and Friends|
|FROM:||Marion P. Hammer|
|USF Executive Director|
NRA Past President
by Chris Eger
April 13, 2020
Federal gun regulators on Friday issued guidance on licensed gun stores operating a drive-up or walk-up window and temporary tables in their parking lots.
The April 10 industry letter issued by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to Federal Firearms Licensees comes nearly a month after the declaration of a national emergency in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. FFLs and gun industry trade groups urged the ATF to clarify the legality of offering drive-through and curbside services, in which several shops sought to comply with federal and local guidelines on social distancing.
In short, the ATF specified that a licensed importer, manufacturer, or dealer “carry out the requested activities on any part of the business premises, including the exterior of the brick-and-mortar structure,” provided the other federal, state and local laws are complied with… Read more:
Then Brady Went Nuts
FOUND POSTED ON SOCIAL MEDIA
BRADY: “Let’s be clear, gun stores are not McDonalds. You shouldn’t be able to buy an AR-15 like you do a burger and fries.”
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Read Brady’s rant here: