The new ATF frames and receivers rule goes into effect August 24, 2022. Previously, frames & receivers were considered unfinished firearms. Do you know how the new rule applies to 80% lowers and other so-called “ghost guns?” Armed Attorney Richard Hayes breaks down the new regulation and answers some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) about how this will affect consumers, hobbyists, and federal firearm licensed dealers (FFLs).
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