Bump Stock Lost in Boating Accident Washes Ashore

by JimT, Texas, Tuesday, June 18, 2024, 11:07 (30 days ago)

Bump Stock Lost in Boating Accident Washes Ashore

by Gunner @, St Louis, Tuesday, June 18, 2024, 11:33 (30 days ago) @ JimT

I love the Babylon Bee, funny and yet at times truthful. Also pistol braces are being found along the beach as well :-D

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Bump Stock Lost in Boating Accident Washes Ashore

by Slow Hand ⌂ @, Indiana, Wednesday, June 19, 2024, 08:13 (29 days ago) @ JimT

Funny stuff. I have to wonder, as it’s been what; five years? And if I remember right, the bump stock producers were kind of a one trick pony, are they still around? Wonder if they’ll dust off the molds and start turning them out again.

As to the pistol brace ruling, I’m curious how that affected all of those ‘free’ ‘provisional’ SBR Form 1’s. Are they now null and void and all of those registered guns now have to have the stocks removed because they are back to pistol status?

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Bump Stock Lost in Boating Accident Washes Ashore

by Miles ⌂, CIVITATES AMERICAE, Wednesday, June 19, 2024, 17:52 (29 days ago) @ Slow Hand

"As to the pistol brace ruling, I’m curious how that affected all of those ‘free’ ‘provisional’ SBR Form 1’s. Are they now null and void and all of those registered guns now have to have the stocks removed because they are back to pistol status?"

That precise question has been raised elsewhere, and several lawsharks, much more conversant in NFA law than I, say that all the free F1s are and will remain valid. Some previous case law controlling.

The registrations weren't 'provisional'. When approved, it was 'pursuant' to the rule that provided for the tax free registration.

What's really interesting about this, for the time being and until we see whether the bureaucraps at ATF decide to appeal, what's now possible, according to case law going back to 1992, is that a person can replace the stock with a brace and the gun reverts to being a handgun.
That eliminates the requirement to get an approved 5320.20 form for interstate travel, which I figure just chaps some ATF agent's hide.

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Bump Stock Lost in Boating Accident Washes Ashore

by Slow Hand ⌂ @, Indiana, Friday, June 21, 2024, 04:13 (27 days ago) @ Miles

That’s good to hear and I hope it sticks we all know how the ATF likes to bend us over and with other issues as far as ‘once a rifle/ always a rifle’ it would stink if they had some stupid deal where all the SBR stamps were invalid and you had to convert them to a rifle, not back to a pistol by simply removing the stock! I have a couple around I should just pop for the $200 and stamp them bUt I’m just lazy and it’s easier to keep them as braced pistols! I have other st Al’s, so it’s not like I’m worried about the atf knowing I have ‘stuff’!

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