Last week, a federal Judge for the District of Nevada issued an order dismissing a class action lawsuit against Slide Fire Solutions, makers of the notorious bump-fire stock.
Side Fire announced Tuesday that they would shut down their website on May 20, 2018. Slide Fire will fulfill all orders up to that point, but they will not accept any future orders.
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.
“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.
Slide Fire partners with Colt Competition for the CRZ-16 Slide Fire Equipped Rifle with the Slide Fire SSAR-15 MOD Adjustable Stock.
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.
SSAR-15 MOD Stock (MSRP $299) included in the Giveaway’s AR-15/1911 Package. The total prize value of this package is over $5,000.
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.
The allowed patent claims will give Slide Fire exclusive rights to make and sell gun stocks that enable a shooter to repetitively discharge a firearm.