There is a letter from the ATF issuing a “Cease and Desist” about the Honey Badger Firearm.
It appears that the ATF has decided that the Honey Badger is actually an illegal short barreled rifle.
The Q company is fighting this decision, and it is recommend you contact your congressional representatives if you disagree with the ATF’s stance on this.
This is Q’s response to the ATF:
The fear mongers are already pushing the narrative that this is the ATF’s first steps toward banning pistol braces. The might be right, but now is no the time to panic.
Now is the time to contact your reps.
Here are the links that Q suggests:
If you are concerned with this situation – as Q is – we urge you to contact the Department of Justice (ATF’s parent agency) by using the below OneClickPolitics link.
Additionally, we encourage you to reach out to the White House and ask President Trump to halt and rollback ATF’s efforts to issue arbitrary and capricious decisions affecting millions of legal gun owners.
White House Comment Line:
(202) 456-1111 / Email
Residents from the following states and districts should reach out to their congressional representatives to let them know what they think of ATF’s actions:
Kentucky – Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R) – https://www.mcconnell.senate.gov/public/
(202) 224-2541 / Email
Kansas – Sen. Jerry Moran (R) – Chairman of the Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies (CJS) which is responsible for funding the ATF.
(202) 224-6521 / Email
South Carolina – Sen. Lindsey Graham (R) – Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is responsible for ATF oversight.
(202) 224-5972 / Email
If you are not from one these States, you can find your representative’s contact information here: https://www.contactingcongress.org/