YouTube may have dinged the Military Arms Channel for daring to feature a video of a legal product on his YouTube channel four years ago, and threatened to delete his channel if he didn’t remove all his bump fire stock videos, but founder Tim Harmsen ain’t done with the issue. In the video below . . .
MAC issues a call to [metaphorical] arms to fight to ban “rate increasing devices” for semi-automatics. He points out that the bill has enough loopholes to drive an ATF SWAT team through.
“What is the standard rate of fire for a semi-automatic?” MAC asks. “What is a ‘rate increasing device’?” he demands, pointing out the human finger is a rate increasing device.
The bill as written leaves those decisions to the ATF — just like the NRA wants! Does the NRA, its members and non-affiliated gun owners really think it’s a good idea for the ATF to decide what’s an acceptable rate of fire? Trigger pull weight? Reset distance? Talk about your slippery slope.
“[The bill] will be used to strip us, over time if not immediately, of semi-automatics as a whole,” MAC warns. “This bill is a direct attack on modern carbines.”
Have you contacted your Congressional representatives about this bill?