A Glock pistol for sale at Redstone Firearms, in Burbank, California, Friday, Sept. 16, 2022. (Kyle Grillot/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

The National Rifle Association (NRA) has boldly stepped into the legal arena to challenge the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), ATF Director Steven Dettelbach, and U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland over the controversial “pistol brace rule.” The NRA is at the forefront of this battle to uphold the constitutional rights of its members and law-abiding gun owners across the nation.

Undeterred by the earlier court’s denial of their motion to intervene, the NRA continues to leverage its significant influence and resources to confront this arbitrary rule head-on. The organization, representing millions of law-abiding citizens, has spotlighted the rule’s potential to unjustly penalize gun owners for the use of a harmless plastic apparatus attached to certain firearms. This rule reversal by ATF represents an unprecedented shift from its long-standing position, imposing unfair registration and taxation burdens on gun owners under the National Firearms Act.

The NRA’s steadfast commitment to defending the Second Amendment is evident in its unyielding stand against this rule and the Biden administration’s broader gun control agenda. The association is dedicated to securing preliminary and ultimately permanent injunctive relief against enforcement of the “Final Rule,” relieving its members from the looming threat of this constitutionally dubious regulation.

Indeed, the NRA’s legal challenge is a testament to its unwavering commitment to the preservation of Second Amendment rights. This battle stands as an affirmation of the NRA’s relentless pursuit of justice for its members and for all law-abiding gun owners, serving as a beacon of hope in the ongoing fight for the constitutional right to bear arms.

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