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Gun Gripes #175: “Trump’s Bump Stock Ban”

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In this video we discuss Trump’s executive action on bumpstocks and the eventualities and ramifications of the potential ban if the lawsuits put forth by the Firearms Policy Coalition and Gun Owners of America fall through. The leadership of the NRA is responsible for starting us down this path and now are facing harsh criticism for their actions then and their further support of new anti gun policies. We wanted to give a special shoutout to companies like Blue Alpha Gear, Cole-Tac and 9Mil Apparel (9mmsmg on IG) for putting their money where their mouth is and getting in the fight by donating to the FPC. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Gun Gripes #175: “Trump’s Bump Stock Ban”

  1. Do you reckon we could file a class action lawsuit against the NRA? About seven or eight years ago, they cut the cost of the lifetime membership by 2/3, and I took the bait mainly because the gun club that I was a member of at the time required 100% membership in the NRA. But, the NRA has shown numerous times that they are simply a propaganda machine and not an advocacy group like they claim to be. Is there any way that we can collectively sue them for false claims or, as you said, running a Ponzi scheme? If they are making a claim to drum up membership, shouldn’t they have to actually deliver on that?

  2. Should’ve known the NRA was just a bunch of Fudds at best and controlled opposition for anti-gunners at worst. Looks like I won’t be renewing my membership next time it expires. As stupid as I think bump stocks as a concept are (sure you can “simulate” automatic fire, but your accuracy goes to shit so you’d be better off just using your finger), I don’t like the precedent that the ban sets: banning ANY firearm accessory means that they can do the same thing for others, so maybe a year or two down the line they’ll try to ban vertical foregrips, or lasers, or they may go as far as attempting to ban or restrict picatinny rails for civilian ownership. Alternatively they can go after different stock designs, trying to implement California-style stock restrictions where you can’t have adjustable stocks and autoloading rifles have to have some stupid fin on them because they’re not allowed to have pistol grips.

  3. You say paper cuts by NRA for years why did you support up until recent history when we have known about this for years. Why jump on or off wagon now?

  4. I allowed my NRA member ship to run out for the first time in 43 year’s..My wife who is a member signed me up for five years..So what can I do about that?

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