Gun owners in the People’s Republik of Massachusetts have been ordered by their masters to surrender their private property to the state or face jail time. Letters have been sent out to those who are on the list maintained by the Secret Police (Ministry of State Security). Compliance is mandatory.
During our Brownells Bullet Points guns and gear feature, Paul and Jarrad discuss some new ammunition announced at the SHOT show. Big bore shooters pay attention.
Also, for this week’s SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters, Professor Paul will consider the holster for the long gun. Apparently there is still some confusion out their regarding how to maintain control of your rifle when you need both hands.
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- Don’t forget Morning Mindset Podcast www.morningmindsetpodcast.com
- Brownells Bullet Points: Black Hills ammunition introduced .45-70 Honey Badger and .44 Special HB https://www.brownells.com
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- SOTG Homeroom: Dangerous on demand, why do we put slings on rifles? ? https://www.crossbreedholsters.com/
- Slave State News: Massachusetts Orders Residents to Surrender Bump Stocks http://www.breitbart.com
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The state of Massachusetts is ordering residents to surrender any bump stocks in their possession, making clear that even keeping such an accessory at home is prohibited.
Massachusetts’ bump stock ban is a response to the October 1, 2017, Las Vegas shooting, wherein the devices were criminally to inflict harm. No bump stock crimes in the state of Massachusetts have been cited.
Moreover, the Massachusetts’ bump stock ban also bans trigger cranks, although trigger cranks were not even used in the Las Vegas attack.
The ban is based on language in a new spending bill containing sections directly referencing bump stocks and trigger cranks.
The bill defines a bump stock as “any device for a weapon that increases the rate of fire achievable with such weapon by using energy from the recoil of the weapon to generate a reciprocating action that facilitates repeated activation of the trigger.” It defines a trigger crank as “any device to be attached to a weapon that repeatedly activates the trigger of the weapon through the use of a lever or other part that is turned in a circular motion; provided, however, that ‘trigger crank’ shall not include any weapon initially designed and manufactured to fire through the use of a crank or lever.”