Houston area company says Biden Administration’s ghost gun policy will put them out of business

Houston area company says Biden Administration's ghost gun policy will put them out of business

This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate “Ghost guns” are on display at the headquarters of the San Francisco Police Department in San Francisco, Nov. 27, 2019. Their sale is now regulated under a Justice Department rule, which prompted a federal lawsuit by a part manufacturer in Galveston County. The Texas company says the new rule violates the Second Amendment, regulating companies that sell gun parts. A Houston area gun parts manufacturer is facing off against the Justice Department and the ATF this week saying in a lawsuit that an unlawful Biden administration policy stripped the company of its livelihood in violation of the Second Amendment. The federal lawsuit against Attorney General Merrick Garland and the head of the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was brought by Division 80, a limited liability company in Galveston County that makes gun parts, known as “80 percenters,” “lower receivers,” or “receiver blanks” that customers can purchase to assemble their own firearms.

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