The last I read, bump stocks were suppose to be re-classified. With this news Slide Fire Technologies closed.
However, I haven't seen anything recently regarding any of it. Was the stocks officially federally re-classified? I know some states did their own thing.
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The ATF comment period is still open. You can comment through June 27.
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Direct linky on regs.gov
I'm still collecting items to put into a response. They're attempting to rewrite a whole bunch of laws with this regulation. It needs to be stopped. Duh.
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The company that makes them was forced to close because no company would insure them. I'm very curious to see the implications of that for other companies.
I wouldn’t buy stock in any such company (NPI, seriously).
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I was never a bump stock fan but it seems really wrong and sad that all of a sudden the Government can shut down a business purely on peer emotional pressure and not facts. +
I agree with this... sad to see the government ruin somebody’s livelihood. I’ve always thought bump stocks were gimmicky and silly, but they are just a piece of plastic so the government should leave them alone....
Did the government shut them down, or was it due to lack of companies willing to insure them as mentioned above?
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