BATFE approval letter included, and a portion of proceeds will benefit Honored American Veterans Afield.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has shelved plans to ban common AR-15 fodder.
In a move that could suppress the acquisition, ownership and use of AR-15s and other .223-caliber general-purpose rifles, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive (BATFE) this week revealed its intentions to ban commonly used M855 ball ammunition while depicting it as "armor piercing ammunition."
Among the myriad federal firearms laws currently enforced in the U.S., fewer are more commonly misunderstood by the general public or mischaracterized by the mainstream media than those concerning the private ownership of fully automatic guns.
In an interesting twist, BATFE helps make an otherwise untransferable firearm legal, preserving a piece of history in the process.