Yesterday, we reported that bump fire stock owners were banking big bucks selling their legally endangered rifle accessory on the country’s largest firearms auction website. By 7pm EST, gunbroker.com wielded the ban hammer, prohibiting sales of bump fire stocks and removing posts advertising same. Here’s their terse, explanation-free official announcement to users who’d listed a bump fire stock . . .
Dear Gunbroker User,
The Management of Gunbroker.com has made the decision to no longer allow listings of Bump/Slide Fire stocks or similar items on the site. All existing listings have been removed without winning bidders. Please do not relist these items.
Thank you for your cooperation and continued support.
The Management of Gunbroker.com
Yes, well, as you can see from the image above, a couple of listings for bump fire stocks managed to sneak through.
Interestingly, a search for “bump fire stocks” turns up a dozen listings for binary triggers, which could also be banned by Diane Feinstein’s bump fire bill. The civilian disarmament industrial complex hasn’t cottoned on to that tech yet, but it’s only a matter of time . . .