This is the second report of ATF essentially repudiating actions of its Industry Operations management personnel in a week.
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A Mississippi gun dealer has been issued a new Federal Firearms License by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to replace one its inspectors improperly revoked, the firearms retail industry legal compliance consultancy firm FFLGuard announced Monday.
“Guns and Ammo, a firearms retailer from Moss Point, Mississippi, was issued a new … FFL … from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms,” the company reported. “The issuance of this FFL follows a Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General (“OIG”) report that investigated ATF’s previous revocation of Guns and Ammo’s original FFL. This OIG report, titled Review of ATF’s Action in Revoking the Federal Firearms License of Guns and Ammo was highly critical of ATF’s mishandling of their process and policy regarding the 2010 revocation of the Guns and Ammo FFL.”