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post #41 of 45 (permalink) Old 10-15-2017, 03:07 PM
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The bump stock wasn't developed with all of us in mind. It was developed for people with a certain type of disability. The NRA position of a review being the correct action, is one that doesn't sell out people with that type of disability. They are staying true to being the civil rights organization they are. Should a review result with a tight restriction as to who can purchase and use one......... nothing has been taken from those of us who do not suffer such a disability as we can still fire the fire arm. JMHO
Cutting a sliver of the pie, no matter how thin, still affects the rest of the pie...Period!
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the bump stock wasn't developed with all of us in mind. It was developed for people with a certain type of disability. The nra position of a review being the correct action, is one that doesn't sell out people with that type of disability. They are staying true to being the civil rights organization they are. Should a review result with a tight restriction as to who can purchase and use one......... Nothing has been taken from those of us who do not suffer such a disability as we can still fire the fire arm. Jmho
cutting a sliver of the pie, no matter how thin, still affects the rest of the pie...period!
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Cutting a sliver of the pie, no matter how thin, still affects the rest of the pie...Period!
The pie has already been cut. They just slowly take a little more each time. With good reason sometimes yes with an eye on the greater good? maybe. But it is changing no matter if we want it to or not.

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take a look at California. they passed laws making magazines that hold more than 10 rounds illegal. if you already owned them they were suppose to be grandfathered in.
California is now trying to make previously owned magazines illegal, turn them in or go to jail. the gun grabbers will not stop until every law abiding citizen in the U.S. is disarmed. they will not do anything about the thugs that will not obey these draconian, communistic, anti constitutional laws.

Guess what. i wont obey them either. simply because i no longer own any firearms. thats my story and i am sticking to it.

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Bump stocks do nothing that you cant do with most semi auto long guns without the bump stock. A buddy picked up a guy's Ar a few years ago at camp, and after a bit of trying, had it firing til it emptied the mag w/ no bump stock. Just gotta get the bounce right. Banning them is like banning drugs worldwide and guns in Chicago, and we all know how well that's going. It's not like ya cant make one up in your shop if you tried a bit. The NRA asked for a BATF review as they know: 1. it's politically safe right now w/ the current admin and Congress (ie, it'll never get changed right now) vs later with any eventual liberal change in power, 2. Obammy's admin ok'd the bump stocks, so it makes them look like idiots to the rest of the liberals, 3. it makes the NRA look truly concerned in the eyes of the rest of America that wont bother to get more informed anyhow, and that's good for us. All win-wins for the freedom fighters. And they asked for a review, not to ban them - big difference there, consider why and when they asked. No who knows if it'll even get reviewed. Do you ever hear the outcome of such reviews....nope. They just go to that place where Federal Govt studies go.......and you never hear of them again.
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