GUN CONTROL: Bump Stocks Become Illegal Tomorrow, Company Prepares To Surrender 60,000 Of Them

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With the ban on bump stocks beginning officially tomorrow, people are required under the new law to turn them in or destroy them.

Here’s a press release from the leading retailer of bump stocks, RWArms.com;

Leading Retailer of Bump Stocks to Turn in Entire Inventory to ATF

Fort Worth based retailer, RW Arms, will turn in their entire inventory of bump stocks to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) on Tuesday, March 26th, to be destroyed, in compliance with the Bump Stock Ban. RW Arms will transfer 60,000 bump stocks to American Shredder in Fort Worth, Texas, to be shredded and recycled under the supervision of ATF agents.

RW Arms is a veteran-owned and operated wholesaler, distributer and retailer who is fully complying with the Bump Stock Ban, which takes effect on Tuesday, March 26th, and was enacted by the Trump Administration to reclassify bump stock devices as machine guns, and therefore subject to regulation as part of the Gun Control Act of 1968. The transfer or possession of bump stocks will become prohibited under this new amendment to the law, subject to penalty of up to 10 years in federal prison and $250,000 in fines for each violation.

RW Arms will continue offering industry leading firearms accessories and components, including high capacity magazines, performance triggers, scopes and parts for semi-automatic rifles.

h/t TTAG

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