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Biden ATF Agent Struggles To Disassemble Handgun On Live TV

via Face the Nation
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An agent with the ATF struggled on live TV to disassemble and reassemble Glock pistols and attach parts to a “ghost gun” during a segment on regulating untraceable firearms.

While discussing ghost guns manufactured with 3D printers and lack of rules for gun parts sales, the agent had trouble removing a Glock slide and attaching it to another frame.

“I can’t get this one apart,” Bort said.

“Basically what they do is make this part here. This is the plastic piece without 20 minutes of work they can make it into a working firearm and then they can buy the after-market part,” he said.

He handed the weapon to the camera crew after further struggling.

His colleague advocated regulating individual parts sales, while the agent said existing law could require serial numbers on frames.

“You would like to do that?” the reporter asked.

“That’s up to Congress to determine. But if we follow existing law… we can say ‘hey, Congress said we can regulate the frame’ and make sure [the frame] has a serial number on it from now on,” he said.

The incident occurred as more firearms were sold under President Biden than his two predecessors, underscoring gun owners’ fears of potential crackdowns, like on parts.

Biden has referred to the industry as the “enemy” and unsuccessfully nominated a gun control advocate for ATF head.

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