The CRS, essentially a Library of Congress issues “think tank” for federal legislators—does not generally make its reports available to the public, despite our tax dollars funding them.
Written comments must be submitted to ATF no later than thirty (30) days after publication in the Federal Register.
New Jersey anti-gun politicians are once again attempting to implement duplicate gun control legislation and call it a victory..
This means obtaining one of these firearms is now easier than transferring a handgun, and there is no registration. Bad news for the other item in NJ….
Banning, or further controlling or restricting, bump-fire accessories is just more useless, feel good, gun control. No, thanks.
Paddock murdered 59 people he did not know and against whom he had no grievance. How did he come to be a man who treated fellow humans as vermin?
We’re not going to bend to the media narrative that says somehow we need to agree to “reasonable” restrictions just because some anti-gun elitist says so..
Does anyone believe those calling to ban bump fire stocks will settle for that one change?
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has issued the following statement concerning calls for new bans and regulations on firearms and firearm accessories:
The National Rifle Association has announced that it supports the review of bump fire stocks to see if they are in accordance with current federal law..
The NRA believes that devices designed to allow semi-automatic rifles to function like fully-automatic rifles should be subject to additional regulations.
Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), who is no stranger to anti-gun legislation, has introduced a bill to close what she refers to as the “automatic weapon loophole.”
There is no compromising with gun controllers. Their version of compromise is for gun owners to give up everything and gun controllers to give up nothing.
“Accordingly we find that the “bump-stock” is a firearm part and is NOT regulated as a firearm under the Gun Control Act or National Firearms Act.” ~ Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives
Gun Writer Mike Searson reviews the Slide Fire SSAR-15 Bump Fire Stock and burn up some ammo for fun.
I sat down with Cottle to get the lowdown on how Slide Fire came to be, how it works, what’s next and his thoughts on life, the universe and everything.
It looks like we’ll soon have another patent to add to our portfolio. We’re very pleased that the patent office agrees that our inventions are unique and deserve protection…