The Department of Justice (DOJ) is expected to take action on “ghost guns” on Friday, keeping with an executive order President Biden issued last month, according to DOJ sources.
The proposed rule will be entered into the federal register on Friday and kick off a 30-60 day review period for public comment.
In the wake of several mass shootings and pressure from Democrats to make good on campaign promises, Biden announced on April 7 that the DOJ had 30 days to propose rules to stop the proliferation of ghost guns.
Ghost guns are not subject to serial numbers or background checks because they are assembled from kits that include one unfinished piece, typically the
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