"Ghost gun" rules sure didn't last long, did they?

When President Joe Biden announced he was going to direct the ATF to enact new rules on unserialized firearms–so-called ghost guns–many heralded it as the end of this horrible scourge that is plaguing our cities.

Of course, these firearms appear to account for just a small fraction of firearms in criminal hands, but that’s irrelevant to these types of people. In fact, as soon as they were put into place, people stepped up to provide a way around them.

It’s been less than a month since new federal rules took effect attempting to rein in the proliferation of so-called “ghost guns,” a catchall term for unserialized, home-built firearms that Democratic leaders, law enforcement officials, and gun control groups say are turning up in the hands of criminals across the United States.
Source: Bearing Arms
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