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As the Justice Department moves to regulate bump stocks like machine guns, it’s also proposing to shorten the wait time to transfer such items.

For “combating violent crime,” the Justice Department proposed increasing the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ budget in Fiscal Year 2019 by $13.2 million “to ensure timely execution of National Firearms Act transfers.”

The proposal would also boost ATF’s NFA branch with 25 new positions, according to ATF’s request. The goal is process applications for items like machine guns, silencers, short barreled rifles or shotguns, and firearms deemed Any Other Weapon within 90 days.

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Still BS redefining what a machine gun is to include bump stocks.

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If they get the budget increase, they'll just hire more useless do nothing drones and nothing will change other
than that more innocent citizens will have their lives
harassed or at the least seriously delayed waiting for
permission to buy something they never should have
needed in the first place. The BATFE's track record on
this is precisely why I've never even thought about
buying a suppressor and think that the NRA's push
on this badly misguided, who the heck wants to find
themselves on yet another confiscate at will list?
Between the IRS and probably more others than will
ever be known agencies have enough names and
addresses already.:groan:
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