ATF inspection activities

Let’s talk about ATF inspection activities and what’s on the table. So, first of all, it’s important to note that inspections are starting to occur again. It comes down to what state you’re in and the conditions in that state. So you have to pay attention to that to see if they’re willing to make their way out again.

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