Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Firearms Coalition Immediate Action Needed – ATF Comment Window Closes Today!!

David Codrea draws our attention to this Firearms Coalition call for immediate action: Oppose Regulation Expanding Multiple Sale Reporting

Here's David's:

To: barbara.terrell@atf.gov

Subject: Oppose Regulation Expanding Multiple Sale Reporting

Two words: Project Gunwalker.

Let's see what allegations of ATF management's mishandling of the Southwest Border Initiative prove out in Sen. Grassley's investigation before we start giving them even more power.

Here's mine:

-----Original Message-----
From: georgemason1776
To: barbara.terrell
Sent: Tue, Feb 15, 2011 3:40 pm
Subject: Comment on Multiple Long Arm Sales Reporting Requirement.

Ms. Terrel:

The ATF does not need more power. What the ATF needs at the least is immediate adult supervision in the form of Congressional oversight beginning with the culpability of your Phoenix office in the murder of CPB Agent Brian Terry. Until that happens, the senior executive cowboys of "Project Gunwalker" do not need to be further emboldened or empowered. Neither do the lying criminals in the Chief Counsel's Office. Just ask the family of Brian Terry.

Mike Vanderboegh
PO Box 926
Pinson, AL 35126

cc: Senator Charles Grassley, Senator Jeff Sessions.


Brock Townsend said...


Anonymous said...

Here's mine.

I suggest opposition to expanding multiple sales reporting. What BATFE needs is further oversight by Congress. The agency has need of serious control to the point I would support its disbanding if it were suggested. I have been monitoring The reports of suspected mismanagement of the agency brought by others, yet that has been ignored by both Congress and The Department of Justice. I even see the suggestions of malfeasance and possible criminal activity. I am just convinced the best possible outcome would in fact be the disbanding of the agency and placing its investigative duties to other law enforcement agencies.

John P, FL