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Old May 24th, 2018, 09:52 PM #1
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Here's What Happened When Two Democrat States Banned Bump Stocks

Here's What Happened When Two Democrat States Banned Bump Stocks
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-...ed-bump-stocks
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Most people didn't know what a "bump stock" was before the massacre in Las Vegas last year, where a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival.

It was revealed that the shooter had used bump stocks to make his semi-automatic weapons fire at a rate more resembling automatic fire. Automatic weapons have been banned in America since 1934, and many have called for a ban on bump stocks as a result.

There was some discussion of doing so at a federal level, but like every other potential gun control measure, it ended up going nowhere. Instead, a few States have decided to ban them on their own. New Jersey and Massachusetts are among them, banning bump stock purchases, and requiring all outstanding bump stocks to be turned in. The gun accessory isn't all too common, and there are only 8,500 bump stocks in Massachusetts, and 5,600 in New Jersey.

The problem for regulators is that there isn't a record of who owns them, so they've had to rely on citizens voluntarily turning in their bump stocks to comply with the law.

Massachusetts and New Jersey are both heavily liberal States, and yet virtually nobody turned in their bump stocks. Only three people did in Massachusetts, while a total of zero did in New Jersey.
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Here's What Happened When Two Democrat States Banned Bump Stocks
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-...ed-bump-stocks
"The gun accessory isn't all too common, and there are only 8,500 bump stocks in Massachusetts, and 5,600 in New Jersey."

I'm curious as to how they came up with those numbers

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"The gun accessory isn't all too common, and there are only 8,500 bump stocks in Massachusetts, and 5,600 in New Jersey."

I'm curious as to how they came up with those numbers

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I wonder if the firearm and bump stock owners in those states made arguments as to why people should vote for the governor that signed that legislation into law.

If the governors had an R after their name on the ballot, I'd bet they did.
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I wonder if the firearm and bump stock owners in those states made arguments as to why people should vote for the governor that signed that legislation into law.

If the governors had an R after their name on the ballot, I'd bet they did.
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MA has an R governor. He's the most popular governor in the nation, with a 71% approval rating.
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