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Bump Fire stocks may be regulated as class 3 items

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    I think its hearsay.

    I'll beleive it when I see it.

    Certain people have been saying that ever since they came out. "get it now..before they are regulated".
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    Saw one in action on that TV show "Americans Guns". Looked like a lot of fun and the guy and his girls shot up everything with no problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burns View Post
    Never been the slightest bit interested in them anyways...
    You don't have to be interested in shooting them. Its the freedom to own them that you should be interested in. I have no interest in shotguns but will do whatever I can and call everyone of my elected officials proclaiming that support if they are threatened.

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    In before the lock!

    Seriously... I kind of want to get one now, while I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlr1m View Post
    You don't have to be interested in shooting them. Its the freedom to own them that you should be interested in. I have no interest in shotguns but will do whatever I can and call everyone of my elected officials proclaiming that support if they are threatened.

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    I never said I supported the possible ban. I simply said I've never been interested in them. and would never consider paying $400 for a plastic stock.
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    bump fire is a waste of ammo

    Like watching a guy do a smokey burnout.... fun to watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burns View Post
    I never said I supported the possible ban. I simply said I've never been interested in them. and would never consider paying $400 for a plastic stock.
    Nothing person meant. Just using you post to make the point that we all need to actively support all freedoms. Even the ones we choose not to exercise ourselves. And I do mean actively. I have plenty of friends who do not feel a need to protect my freedoms. They would not vote to take them away but neither would they try to stop someone who was trying to take them from me.

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    I don't really have any interest in buying them, but I still find the idea to be an outrage. We shouldn't have an ATF, or Class III designation in the first place. If you want to buy a REAL machine gun, you should be able to just do it. You shouldn't have to worry about the barrel length, how many foreign parts it has, the year the receiver was built, or whether paying an additional tax stamp and new waiting period for a suppressor is worth it. In the absence of the idiotic laws we have now there would be no need or market for such a stock at all. However, if someone wants to invent and market one they should be free to do so.
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    I don't feel I can express my opinion without using vulgar language, so this is all I'm going to post.

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    yep. They just keep identifying themselves for November. Warm up your voting arm folks!!
    It's not a problem til they make it one!

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    I think bump firing is silly. Our right to keep and bear machine guns is being infringed and that's really the bigger point. Newly manufactured machine guns should be available to law enforcement and regular people alike, without any more hassle than a shotgun or revolver.

    How many times are we going to elect people to uphold the Constitution, when they continue to do no such thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanislaskasava View Post
    I think bump firing is silly. Our right to keep and bear machine guns is being infringed and that's really the bigger point. Newly manufactured machine guns should be available to law enforcement and regular people alike, without any more hassle than a shotgun or revolver.

    How many times are we going to elect people to uphold the Constitution, when they continue to do no such thing?
    Sadly, I have a feeling that it could be all the way up until the time that they are not elected but are appointed.
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    To me, that's at least part of the problem. We, as avid shooters, think bumpfire is somewhere between silly & entertaining. The (our?) government, with clearly anti-gun decision-makers, contrastingly believe bumpfire is not only serious but downright, regulation-required DANGEROUS! What is the reason & solution for this obvious, ever-increasing disconnect between us and...them? It hasn't always been this way. Why am I, every time I look up from my daily life, at odds with the very people I've voted-in to represent me? It's like they've forgotten that we're still back home where they originally CAME from.
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    Rest easy people.

    Those slide fire stocks come with a letter that states they were accepted by the ATF as being an "acceptable product" in their eyes.Although it is not inconceivable that the ATF could latter change their mind, they dont do it often.

    Rumor and speculation has always fueled the fire when it comes to gadgets that make shooting fun...escpecially something that works as well as this does. Lots of gun shop commandos insist that it's just a matter of time, and some of the shop owners aren't so innocent about adding to the fire just to make a sale.

    This stuff has been circulating since they came out abnd nothing has changed yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    Rest easy people.

    Those slide fire stocks come with a letter that states they were accepted by the ATF as being an "acceptable product" in their eyes.Although it is not inconceivable that the ATF could latter change their mind, they don't do it often.
    The "Atkins Accelerator" bumpfire 10/22 stock was deemed no Class 3 stamp, good-to-go by the ATF in 2006. It came with a nice letter as well. Then it was reclassified retroactively requiring a Class 3 stamp.

    It was re-engineered and re-released at the 2012 SHOT Show (Kidd Industries) and again has been given the no-stamp ATF green light.

    The ATF changes its opinion, disposition & regulation so often as to make the IRS code seem like casual reading.
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