While I do get that some gun owners enjoy toys like the
Wed Oct 18, 2017 12:50am

bump stock, pretty much nobody actually considers them even remotely necessary or even thinks that there's a defense of them aside of that they can be "fun". So, what's with that dude acting like there is a "fundamental right" to own a "bump stock" that essentially turns a semi-auto into an "illegal full auto" ?? Of course, it's NOT an illegal full auto, but it fires like one, so what's the defense of them again ???

Gun owners whom I know have enough brains to understand that there's a real problem out there and that fighting to keep something so obviously unnecessary and downright dangerous in the wrong hands, plus it was JUST USED to mow down hundreds of people is idiotic and oblivious to the serious issues going on in America. Some things simply shouldn't be defended. Bump stocks are one of them. IMHO, of course.

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    • While I do get that some gun owners enjoy toys like the — Sia☺giah, Wed Oct 18 12:50am