CNN Puts Narrative Ahead Of Facts In Polymer80 “Ghost Gun” Case

Details about Thursday’s raid on Dayton, Nevada-based gun company Polymer80 are still trickling out through court documents and unnamed sources, but there are still a lot of unanswered questions surrounding the reasons for the raid itself.

According to CNN, the ATF “recently determined that Polymer80’s kits meet the definition of a firearm under the law, even if they are not yet assembled.” Those kits, sold by Polymer80 under the brand “Buy Build Shoot” contain unfinished receivers and frames that the ATF had previously approved for sale by the company, along with the other components necessary to build out a complete handgun. Via – Bearing Arms

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