Tucson, AZ, -(AmmoLand.com)- I need your help. The NFAFA has effectively worked to protect your right to own and use NFA regulated items such as machine guns, silencers, short barreled rifles, short barreled shotguns, and AOW’s.
Last year we promised you we would accomplish the following:
Because of your support we have been able to accomplish a lot for a very small organization.
But, the fight continues! I need your continued support for the upcoming legislative sessions starting January 2017.
A critical issue we must address is the privacy of NFA owners. Because of the new ATF 41F regulation, ALL NFA applicants must now notify the local Chief Law Enforcement Officer (CLEO) of their intent to purchase an NFA weapon. This was not true for those purchasing with a NFA trust in the past.
That’s a serious problem! Your federal NFA records are NOT subject to Freedom Of Information Act requests from the press or citizens. However, the records of local CLEOs are. Can you imagine what an anti-gun media outlet could do with such a request?
The anti-gun media has already published the names and addresses of CCW permit holders. They have exposed hundreds of thousands of CCW holders to theft or worse! Imagine how much worse it would be for NFA owners? We must pass laws keeping these records private in each state! It’s a BIG job and I need your help to get it done!
Our friends at MOD Outfitters, Dead Air Armament and RS Products have made helping us easy by donating a terrific package for our latest drawing!
Please go to SBR/Silencer Raffle and enter to win!! If you enter for at least $50, you will not only receive chances to win, you will also become an NFAFA member or renew your existing membership!
You will be helping us fund the NFA Freedom Alliance and you may win an amazing SBR package!
Yours in freedom,
NFAFA Executive Director
About the NFA Freedom Alliance:
The NFA Freedom Alliance is the strongest direct action/lobbying organization working at the state and federal level to ease restrictions on the ownership, manufacture, sale, and use of items regulated by the National Firearms Act (NFA).
For more information, visit: www.nfafa.org.