By Sam Hoober, Alien Gear Holsters
One of the biggest pieces of gun industry news this week is certainly the Honey Badger being put on the ATF’s naughty list.
On the one hand, it is everything that people say it is. It’s capricious, arbitrary, and almost certainly an instance of selective law enforcement or at least darn sure looks that way.
On the other, there’s some food for thought when it comes to skirting the gray area of gun laws or indeed any laws. Maybe we should have seen this coming at some point, though darned if the gun laws in question aren’t stupid to begin with.
Had one to guess, the ATF probably felt like reminding people that they giveth and taketh away or something along those lines, and making an example of someone as a reminder to take the pistol brace/shouldering issue seriously. Or at least something along those lines.
For those unaware, the Honey Badger is/was an AR pistol made by Q, LLC, a rather curious and unique gun company making rather high-end and offbeat firearms.
The Honey Badger has and/or featured a 7-inch barrel, chambered in .300 AAC Blackout and a telescoping arm