Thursday, March 13, 2014

UPDATE: Court restrains ATF from seizing Ares Armor inventory and customer record

Looks like a court in California has, for now, blocked the ATF from confiscating information on customer from Ares Armor.
From David Codrea's article:
"The United States District Court, Southern California District granted a temporary restraining order Tuesday against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms and Explosives to stay a planned raid on an Oceanside gun parts supplier and seizing its inventory and customer records. The planned action was due to the company providing the public with heretofore legal so-called “80 percent lower receivers,” unfinished gun parts that must be further processed by the purchasers in order to result in a legally-defined “firearm.”

You can read more of this article as well as additional info about this developing situation at the link below.

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