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Friday, January 23, 2015

Alert to all NRA Members:

This person, a Mr. John K. Brown, is running for a seat on the National Rifle Association board of directors. As you can see from the comment below, which he submitted to the ATF in 2009, he favors BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR ALL GUN PURCHASES. (see link to Regulations.gov http://www.regulations.gov/#!documentDetail;D=ATF-2013-0001-0437  He has been called a SNITCH, and the BATFE's stealth / mole candidate, and must be defeated.

As President of the National Firearms Act Traders and Collectors Association (NFATCA), John Brown went beyond aiding the BATFE in development of Rule 41P’s infringement on Trusts and actuallysubmitted the petition to initiate the rulemaking
The bolded statement was not backed up with any information beyond Brown’s statements to the Firearms Industry Consulting Group (FICG) that he didn’t know of any incidents personally but was going off of things he learned “inside the ATF for 10 years.” This means the ATF told him there was a crime, then he submitted a public comment “reporting” that crime to the ATF, validated the conclusion they already wanted to reach.
Based on many other details published here, Brown appears to be little more than a stalking horse for the BATFE, allowing NFATCA to act as an independent, “civilian” organization that rubber stamps and validates regulations the ATF wishes to impose. Having him on the Board of the NRA would just give more credence to his words and very likely will undermine the effectiveness of the NRA’s work against further encroachment of our rights.
ID: ATF-2013-0001-0437Dec 9 2013, at 11:59 PM ET
Tracking Number: 1jx-87oe-hph1

Document Information

Date Posted:Sep 20, 2013
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Submitter Information

Submitter Name:John Brown

Comment (by John K. Brown)

For nearly ten years we have been waiting to eliminate the CLEO signature.
The popularity of Trust and Corporation transfers has grown dramatically because Local Law Enforcement, in many cases just won't sign off on the form fours. The volume of these types of transfers have continued to escalate over the last few years. Interestingly enough, there is absolutely no background or NICS check required. Having no background check on someone buying a machine gun or other NFA item creates a tremendous risk to all those who have collected NFA items for years. Knowing that convicted felons have procured NFA items through a trust means there must be changes made at some point in this process.
On the one hand forcing trusts and corporations to get a CLEO signature will simply exacerbate an already bad situation. A simple alternative to all NFA purchases is to have the "Responsible Person" submit to a NICS check at the time they are picking up their NFA item. This alleviates what could be a long drawn out process, takes the burden completely off local law enforcement, and allows us to use an already robust system to perform an instant background check on anyone. This could eliminate the need for finger print cards, a photo ID but could assure everyone that this person is safe to pick up their NFA item. A simple solution.
Comment Period Closed
John Brown

Friday, January 23, 2015

NRA Board Candidate John K. Brown Is An ATF Snitch. So ask yourself: why is a militarized federal police agency trying to penetrate the highest levels of a group as powerful as the NRA?

As I noted here back in September, ATF snitch John Brown is running for the national board of the NRA. That he IS a snitch is indisputable (see here and herefor starters).
Colonel Robert K. Brown of Soldier of Fortune magazine pointedly does not endorse this wholly-owned ATF minion, saying in large letters and italics, "SOF is NOT endorsing John Brown, who is no relation of mine."
Brown does endorse the following folks:
"SOF endorses the following current BOD members for reelection: Scott Bach, Ronnie Barrett, David Coy, Joseph DeBergalis, Antonio Hernandez, David Keene, Wayne Anthony Ross, Don Saba, William Satterfield, Ronald Schmeits, Robert Unkovic and Robert Viden.SOF is also endorsing Sean Mahoney and Timothy Knight, who are running by petition. "