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Old February 6th, 2018, 09:10 AM #1
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The Total Number of Bump Fire Stocks Turned Into Massachusetts Police Revealed!

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“Essex Police Chief Peter Silva held up a bump stock that someone turned in this week as the Massachusetts ban on the devices went into effect,” bostoncbslocal.com reports. “‘To my knowledge, this is the only one that’s been turned in to date.'” This despite the fact simple possession of a bump fire stock in the Bay State can land an offender in jail for . . .

life. Yes, the rest of their life.

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"This episode brought to you by the number 5 and the letters F and U."
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I dunno. Why should we believe that more than 5 people there have actually purchased one? LOL
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Somewhere in Massachusetts, five kittens breath a sigh of relief.
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I dunno. Why should we believe that more than 5 people there have actually purchased one? LOL
Just ask the thousand of Connecticut LE who declined to register ARs as demanded by the Femicrats there.
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Wow, this appears to me to be a direct violation of the 5th Amendments due process clause and just compensation clause. Unbelievable!
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Just ask the thousand of Connecticut LE who declined to register ARs as demanded by the Femicrats there.

I musta missed that, good for them

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The news article had a few gems:

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... even though the state legislature doesn’t offer bump fire stock owners financial compensation for making their legally purchased, previous legal piece of plastic illegal?
Not that everyone's going to rush to turn them in even if they did offer financial compensation, but seizing them while offering nothing in return is outright theft.

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Stop Handgun Violence activist John Rosenthal says that should not be an excuse to hold on to an illegal device. "These are devices that are designed to kill a lot of people quickly"
No... these are devices designed to make bump-firing easier. No one said anything about killing anyone. That's like saying sharp knives are designed to kill a lot of people quickly, and therefore all knives should be dull.

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In the state where the American revolution began, where colonists resisted their British overlords’ effort to confiscate previously legally held gun powder, deadly irony awaits.
Yup... and drop the mic.

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