Texoma sheriffs say they will not enforce ATF pistol brace ruling

Marshall County Sheriff Donald Yow and Love County Sheriff Andy Cumberledge say they will not...
Marshall County Sheriff Donald Yow and Love County Sheriff Andy Cumberledge say they will not enforce the new ATF and DOJ ruling on the use of stabilizing braces for pistols(atf.gov)
Published: Jan. 25, 2023 at 5:10 PM CST
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Okla. (KXII) - Multiple sheriff’s offices announced that they will not enforce a new ATF and Department of Justice ruling on the use of stabilizing braces for pistols.

In a statement, Marshall County Sheriff Donald Yow and Love County Sheriff Andy Cumberledge said that if they come across someone with a stabilizing brace, it “won’t be addressed.”

Both Cumberledge and Yow also said if a crime is committed with a firearm equipped with a stabilizing brace, state and federal laws will be enforced on that person.

The sheriff’s office will not participate in any confiscation pertaining to the ruling, according to Yow and Cumberledge.