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In March 2015, more than 200 members of Congress wrote to former ATF director Todd Jones expressing their "serious concern" that the proposal might violate the Second Amendment by restricting ammunition that had been primarily used for "sporting purposes." The letter asserted the ATF's move "does not comport with the letter or spirit of the law and will interfere with Second Amendment rights by disrupting the market for ammunition that law abiding Americans use for sporting and other legitimate purposes."

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