The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives and the Biden administration are in possession of nearly 1 billion records detailing the firearms purchases of American citizens, AmmoLand reported.
Congressman Michael Cloud (R-Texas) and 51 other Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives requested information from the ATF about its growing database detailing personal information about the American public’s gun purchases.
The letter from the congressmen said, “We are concerned that this Administration is leveraging its power in a way to establish a federal gun registry. Moreover, we are opposed to recent proposed regulation that would require federal firearms licenses (FFLs) to facilitate the creation of a gun registry.”
In response, the ATF explained that it has 920,664,765 records detailing the gun purchasing habits of the American people.
The ATF continued by saying that the nearly 1 billion records include “digital and an estimated number of hard copy records that are awaiting image conversion. It is currently estimated that 865,787,086 of those records are in a digitalized format.”
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