We here at TacticalShit are car guys, well, a few of us. So its no surprise we were going to have to share this as soon as we stumbled upon it. It seems that certain High performance vehicles are being added to the NFA!
Things such as High capacity fuel tanks, exhaust, legal height and even color can be taken into consideration to decide if your shiny new sportster is an NFA item.
Rehv Arms Pokes fun and holes in Washington State Gun Laws. With the ridiculous passing of Washington’s newest initiative I-1639, gun owners are now the victims if criminals break the law among other things. This over reaching law is being challenged, but until then, lets have some fun.
All jokes aside, if you think about it this is exactly just how silly most gun laws in restrictive states sound. A pistol grip is purely cosmetic but the gun grabbers truly believe it makes even the tiniest .22 a super scary death dealing device. Wood is ok but god forbid you use polymer or metal. Those are super evil. and for the love of god and all that is holy dont even get me started on, “Barrel shrouds” or as one gun grabber put it, “the thing on the back that goes up” This is what we are fighting. Laws that are based on emotion rather than logic.
You can see the confusion in Florida and Maryland’s recent laws that banned bump-fire stocks and Rapid fire trigger activators. Both of which were really vague in their explanations.
Recently got themselves on a list of states where Bumpstocks and Binarys are prohibited. However, due to how the law was written it is VERY vague and has left many gun owners confused as to whether or not they are allowed to be in possession of a binary trigger.
§790.222 Bump-fire stocks prohibited — A person may not import into this state or transfer, distribute, sell, keep for sale, offer for sale, possess, or give to another person a bump-fire stock. A person who violates this section commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084. As used in this section, the term “bump-fire stock” means a conversion kit, a tool, an accessory, or a device used to alter the rate of fire of a firearm to mimic automatic weapon fire or which is used to increase the rate of fire to a faster rate than is possible for a person to fire such semiautomatic firearm unassisted by a kit, a tool, an accessory, or a device.
Is this to say that competition triggers are banned as well? One user on a popular forum joked, “had too much red bull? pulling the trigger faster because of it? felony!” While another made the suggestion that every gun owner should male Floridas governor a belt loop.
SB 707, effective October 1, 2018, Prohibiting a person from transporting a certain rapid fire trigger activator into the State or manufacturing, possessing, selling, offering to sell, transferring, purchasing, or receiving a certain rapid fire trigger activator, subject to a certain exception; defining “rapid fire trigger activator” as any device, including a removable manual or power-driven activating device, constructed so that, when installed in or attached to a firearm the rate at which the trigger is activated increases or the rate of fire increases; etc.
Like Florida, This bill is also very fucking vague. So vague in fact that one could argue merely cleaning or lubricating your firearm could land you in federal prison According to ammoland every gun owner in the state may possess “Rapid Fire Trigger Activator(s), and not even know it. Such “device[s]” includes binary trigger systems, bump stocks, burst trigger systems, a Hellfire Trigger, a trigger crank, or a burst trigger system and copies thereof. But the banned items ALSO includes any “device, including a removable manual or power-driven activating device, constructed so that, when installed in or attached to a firearm: (I) the rate at which the trigger is activated increases; or (II) the rate of fire increases.” Yet, virtually anything you do to your firearm may “increase” the “rate of fire” by some minute amount, including cleaning it. There is no definition for a “device” and the statute includes ALL firearms, not merely semi-automatics.