By Tom Knighton
One thing gun people routinely tell anti-gunners is that gun laws won’t stop people from having guns.
What gun control activists count on is law-abiding gun owners to remain law-abiding indefinitely. They think that gun owners will continue to follow the law no matter how much control they enact. They think our talk of “cold dead hands” is nothing but talk.
They don’t get that there’s a line in the sand where a gun owner is willing to cross from “law-abiding gun owner” to just “gun owner.”
NPR, though, was shocked to learn that despite a bump stock ban, people are still buying them.
There’s a countdown clock on the website for RW Arms, a Texas-based seller of firearms accessories. It tracks the days, hours, minutes and seconds until they’re no longer permitted to sell bump stocks, devices that allow semi-automatic rifles to fire almost as fast as illegal machine guns.
Promotional emails from RW Arms also include the countdown clock, urging customers to “order now” to “enjoy this unique firing experience” while they can.
Bump stocks are mostly a novelty, used by people who want to experience firing a gun at machine-gun speeds. But in 2017, a gunman used bump stocks to …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms