Supply and demand baby. The supply of bump stocks is limited and about to get a LOT more limited. The demand is through the roof, as gun owners look to get one while they can. If only because they can. For now. Prices of used examples are skyrocketing from the product’s original circa $200 msrp. But, as I warned earlier . . .
The Feinstein bill bans possession of a bump fire stock. So if the bill goes through and you buy one now, you’ll have to surrender it later. Or face the consequences.
How will the feds know you’ve got one? If you bought a bump fire stock from a store with cash (sold out now) and they didn’t video the transaction, you’re in the clear. If you bought one from any of the online retailers (since dropped) or Gun Broker, uh-oh.
Bill ban or retroactive ATF ruling, what are the odds the feds will literally swoop down on bump fire stock owners? Imagine if someone else uses one for a spree killing. Yeah. It could be that bad.