Highly unlikely this will stay approved for any long term.Quote:
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The SSAR-15 is NOT a mechanical device. It does not perform any automatic functions, nor does it increase a rifles rate of fire.
The SSAR-15 is a rifle stock, and the muscular application of force to create forward movement of the firearm defines the will of the shooter to discharge each individual round of ammunition. Each discharge requires a separate decision by the operator to exert his or her body strength to move the firearm back to a firing condition.
With the SSAR-15 installed – the firearm is still dependent on an actively engaged operator at all times; if the operator ceases to apply sufficient effort to move the firearm back to a firing condition; the firearm will immediately cease operating.
Buy them while you can!
My guess and that is always a dangerous thing is at least for the time being it would also be legal in CA for the same reasons the ATF approved it. My desire to pick up an AR-15 has just increased quite a bit.
Wow, just wow. SBR 9mm sub machine gun anyone?
$300 so I can bump fire a rifle I could already bump fire? No thanks.
Wetware, you have to be able to recognize the difference in bump firing a rifle from the hip, and from the shoulder while looking down the sights.