Monday, September 16, 2013

Media mongers new fear campaign over 'bump fire' stocks

Don't be surprised if soon, a new federal bill to ban bump fire stocks, and perhaps belt-fed semi-automatic rifles (which often fall outside regulation under many magazine bans, depending on how the ban is worded) is introduced, citing this very rifle. It would hardly be surprising if CNN ran this story at the request of Sen. Feinstein or a like-minded anti-gun jihadist, to "prep the battle field"--setting up public support for a ban.


Happy D said...

Having installed bumpfire stocks on several guns and then making them work right. I posit all banning them will achieve is pissing off fun loving gun owners while increasing our sides overall lethality.

Kinda like the ban on more than ten round magazines did.

Paul X said...

Don't worry, there will always be battlefield pickups when the revolution starts, so anyone who wants an ammo-waster can have one.