Every day, it seems the ATF issues a new rule or regulation that threatens to turn law-abiding gun owners into criminals. Worse than that, the ATF is now in the habit of sending threatening letters to gun owners the ATF merely thinks may have violated the most recent fiat from the ATF.
If you’ve received a letter from the ATF threatening enforcement action for the suspected purchase of an FRT-15 trigger, bump-stock, stabilizing brace, binary trigger, parts kit – or a letter suspecting you of straw purchases (buying a firearm for someone else) or other malfeasance, contact a dedicated firearms attorney at Stone Rose Law today to discuss your options.
The ATF frequently sends letters threatening criminal prosecution to individuals who have never purchased any of the aforementioned items or conducted a straw purchase. However, just because you have never purchased the items or conducted a straw purchase doesn’t mean the ATF isn’t going to continue to investigate you for suspected crimes. Contacting a dedicated firearms lawyer can assist in keeping the ATF off your back.
Arizonans are accustomed to unannounced visits from the ATF – especially after purchasing multiple firearms in a week. These visits are intended for the ATF to ensure that the individual purchasing multiple firearms is not engaged in the act of straw purchasing but frequently expand into further criminal investigation, harassment, and frustration.
The dedicated and expert firearms attorneys at Stone Rose Law are experienced at dealing with the ATF and resolving these issues with the least amount of headache and frustration on your part. Our attorneys are experienced at liaising with the ATF to get them to stop harassing you so that you can get back to enjoying your life.
Retaining an expert firearms attorney from Stone Rose Law to handle the ATF, so you don’t have to!