Anti-2A activists already complaining about ATF's new "ghost gun" rules

It’s been nearly a month since the ATF’s new rules regarding unserialized firearms took effect, and already gun control activists are complaining that the firearms industry is doing an end run around the regulations when it fact it looks like most companies are actually complying with them.

Under the new regulations, companies that sell DIY gun-making kits must serialize the unfinished frame or receiver that’s a part of the kit, which means that purchasers must go through an FFL and a background check before buying.

On the public radio program Marketplace, Alain Stephens of the pro-gun control website The Trace tried to make the case that companies who are continuing to sell unfinished frames and receivers are somehow exploiting a loophole, even though the ATF itself has said that the regulations that took effect last month only apply to unserialized parts kits and not to 80% complete frames and receivers sold by themselves.
Source: Bearing Arms
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