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Calls Growing for NRA Board to Repudiate Bump Stock Statement
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By stating that NRA believes the devices “should be subject to additional regulations,” they are not only abandoning bump-fire stocks and trigger-cranks – which is a pretty stupid move in our opinion – but they are conceding the notion that these devices, and full-auto firearms, are too dangerous for average Americans to own. LaPierre and Cox have since doubled down on the statement, saying on Sunday talk shows that
NRA supports the restrictions of the NFA, and thinks that rapid-fire devices should fall under the purview of that law.
This is really troubling, as it abandons the critical, core principle that you cannot control criminal behavior by regulating inanimate objects.
|I'll just post date my 3D printings..conservatives don't ban..large rubber bands and thumbs are hard to ban
Ten House Repubz join bipartisan bump stock ban U.S. Rep. Carlos Curbelo, R-Fla, has joined with a mix of 20 House members across political divide to outlaw bump fire stocks House GOP members on Tues unveiled their own version of a ban on bump fire stocks, joining with a like number of lawmakers from across the aisle to enact prohibitions on the devices.
filed by Curbelo, joined by Moulton, a Mass. Dem, w/ members..each party in tow..prohibit the manufacture, sale, & use of “bump stocks”