The world has a say ?

Discussion in 'Activism Discussion and Planning' started by mnrivrat, Jun 17, 2021.

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  1. mnrivrat

    mnrivrat Member

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    If this is in the wrong category, , moderators please move it with my apology.

    One of the RTKBA organizations sent me the government link to make comment on proposed changes in ATF regulations. They also informed me that he ATF was not taking multiples of the same letters sent to the ATF .(no general form letters)
    I made my personal comments clear against proposed changes regarding handgun braces , but as I was filling out my personal information I came to the block of country. Upon clicking upon it I noted that the choices seemed to included every nation on the planet.
    My question to other members of this forum is simple. Does the ATF include comments from foreign nationals when determining US laws ? That is what it seems ,based on the listing of other nations, but I would consider that wrong. For those better informed, is that what it seems to be, and if so ,has it always been this way ?
    To me, allowing input from Wang PU China to determine US firearm regulations is plainly inappropriate . Is their any input from those here, and what is your knowledge, and thoughts ?
     
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    If I'm not mistaken, that personal information drop down menu entry thing is a drag and drop template used by web developers. Doubt there was much thought behind it, just expedient to use a pre formatted data collection module as opposed to creating one from scratch.
     
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  3. old lady new shooter

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    I think it would be worth trying to get an answer from ATF on this.
     
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    Kinda like when I enter my info every month on the Social Security app. The dropdown menu allows you to select a birth year all the way back to 1900.:scrutiny:

    It was funny, when I was doing new car prep for KIA back in 2010ish, we had to set the clock AND calender date on the radios. It would allow you to go as far back as 1978 and forward to 2085.

    Why stop at 2085? Whats going to happen in 2085 that the Koreans know about and we dont!?!?:D
     
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  5. mnrivrat

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    Well pretty much nobody else has a drop of concern ,even though it is the only drop down item on the menu.
    Moderator - feel free to file this in the little round basket.
     
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