So, the ATF dropped an infographic dispelling 5 common myths

So, the ATF dropped an infographic dispelling 5 common myths

As part of their continuing effort to engage the public more, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives wants you to know a few things.

The infographic, posted to the agency’s social media account takes on the popular beliefs that the ATF wants to take guns, makes gun laws, has a gun registry, keeps the money it makes from fees and conducts background checks for firearms transfers.

If nothing else, you have to jump over and read the comments.

Bring popcorn.


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