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I appreciate people like this guy.  He may not fully understand the technicalities, but his heart is really in it.   He will one day learn.

 

If the government has the power to ban a bump stock, they can then use the Attorney General's office to ban high capacity magazines,   folding stocks, flash suppressors, barrel shrouds, pistol grips, etc., etc.  Soon, all you have on the market are single  shot black powder rifles.

 

What makes the bump stock ban so bad is that Sessions wants existing bump stocks destroyed, permanently altered or surrendered.  That is in violation of the United States Constitution ban on ex post facto laws.  Imagine if, during the Assault Weapons Ban, the law was retroactive and they had taken your AR, AK, M1a,  FN/FAL, etc.  

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