If you said "Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms, Tobacco and Explosives" you would be almost right.
(I say "almost" because, having nothing better to do with their copious free time, this agency changes its name with the seasons; I'll just call them the "ATF", because that's what they call themselves when they're at home; and you can call them less complimentary names if it makes you feel good.)
I think it might be a good idea to eliminate the ATF and shift its duties to other federal agencies.
The ATF (BATFE ... etc) ... is an organization in search of a job. They don't have enough to do while enforcing regulations on alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives .....
... (which organization, by the way, was originally established only to insure that the appropriate taxes were paid to the feds; all this enforcement
shitthat made such a huge wave in the Prohibition Era was generated only because they didn't have UTUBE for self-congratulatory advertisements, It's all about funding!.) ...
...... so they at ATF are desperate for a way to justify their existence.
They couldn't find enough work regulating firearms, and their best years of busting moon-shiners were gone, and tobacco isn't an issue (enough smokers die every year to render ATF meaningless), and what's with that "Explosives" thing? We all know, all you need is a pressure cooker and some chemicals from under your kitchen sink.
So the ATF (Excuse me! "BATFE"!) is looking for some way to justify their existence. They don't have anything else to do, to keep them busy.
Please, by all means .. eliminate the redundancy and shift their duties to some other Federal Agency which is already so over-burdened that it hasn't time or resources to
Personally, I feel really sorry for the sad sacks who can't find 'A Real Job' and have to go to work for the ATF. They are the most despised people in this country, and they try to make themselves feel better by imagining that they are doing something which justifies their salary.
I understand that. I did the same thing for the last 20 years of my career, when I was working for a state educational institution.
But at least I never put anyone in jail for exercising his constitutional rights.