Leave it to American ingenuity to fill market demand for a useful product. As you no doubt know, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, Explosives and Really Big Fires, at the direction of the Trump administration, arbitrarily banned so-called “bumpstocks” a couple of years ago. Now a new company has a new solution designed to make lots of noise that America gun owners want: the COLD FINGER Fingertip Aperture.
Guski Works LLC has developed a new device called the COLD FINGER, what they call a “garage based side venture.” And they have a video on YouTube (at least for now…it’s probably not long for this world there) showing off their product in action.
Here’s how they describe their product (proudly made in Alaska) . . .
Fingertip Aperture is a novelty hand posturing device, that configures the users hand(s) in such a way as to help the user to more easily learn the skills required to bump fire a two handed, semi automatic firearm. (Makes bumpfire easy)
The universal, ambidextrous design allows for use in conjunction with a large variety of semi auto platforms, such as AR, AK, Mini14, sub pistols, and more.
Fingertip Aperture was specifically designed to NOT be a firearm part or attachment, to alleviate the need for modification of the firearm, allowing use with OFF THE SHELF, factory stock, semi autos.
Always practice safety when handling any firearms.
Rapid fire capability for the price of filling a magazine.
WARNING: Users will soon need more ammo.
Now made with UNBREAKABLE, high impact nylon.
Colors may vary.
MADE IN ALASKA
The plastic contraption is obviously not a firearm, but we know that the BATFE once ruled a shoe string was a machinegun, so take that for what it’s worth. The device also isn’t a firearm part or attachment which, in the real world, would preclude the government regulator from having any jurisdiction over it. But then again, BATFE reportedly has filed charges against people over washers and wipes before as well, claiming they were silence parts.
Yes, for $124 you can get yourself a 10-pack of Cold Fingers. They’re a little late as stocking stuffers, but there’s always next Christmas. Time will tell if buying one will land you on BATFE’s radar after Guski Works’ transaction records are seized.
Of course, you can also accomplish much the same thing with a rubber band.
Look for heavily armed BATFE tactical teams to raid an Office Depot location near you soon.
It’s possible that the Guski Works plastic device could force the BATFE (and RBF) into more regulation. Regulations that might make a $15 piece of plastic worth about 20 years of one’s life. Unless you’re a felonious gang-banger…then it’s probably free.
Look for 3D plans for these to be posted on various sites by the end of the week. The bottom line remains that the men in black at BATFE (and RBF) still can’t stop the signal. And never will.