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    Default Bump stocks now legal?

    Not sure how I interpret this. Not that I want one. I’d rather have a binary trigger. But, what do you guys think?
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    I read the military determined a bump stock is not a machine gun. But I think they are still illegal. They were legal for quite awhile and I thought about buying several just because I knew they would some day do that but I didn't.

    I've heard of some guys that can mimic a bump stock just in the way they hold the gun, kind of loosely. I really wouldn't want one either other than they say I can't have one.
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    I’ve seen “the rubber band trick” used to mimic one, and a few other vids about ways to “bump fire” one too. Funny, I thought the same as you, buying some just to have some, but the prices were crazy when I looked at them. I may just get me a binary trigger one day though. Tough to spend that kind of $ on one though as I sure I’d only use it a few times, given ammo prices these days. Good ol gubmint sure has loused up my range escapades as of late!

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    See, they're doing us a favor, saving us money on ammo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnR View Post
    See, they're doing us a favor, saving us money on ammo.
    It’s because the love us soooo much.

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    To quote Cool Hand Luke, "I wish you'd stop being so good to me."
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnR View Post
    To quote Cool Hand Luke, "I wish you'd stop being so good to me."
    One of my all time favorite movies!

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    Mine, too.
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