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Slide Fire, the small Texas business that employs approximately 30 people in the town of Moran (population of 270), is at a (hopefully) temporary standstill in regards to taking new orders.
In 2010, the ATF approved Slide Fire's new "bump-stock" and stated, "we find that the "bump-stock" is a firearm part and is not regulated as a firearm under the Gun Control Act or the National Firearms Act." If the ATF goes back and changes their decision on what they decided in 2010 due to current events, I would hope we see our elected officials step in and numerous lawsuits issued. Now if the republican majority house and senate decide to pass a bill that deems the bump-stock illegal instead, it's on us (the voting public) to replace them with constitutional conservatives who understand why the 2nd amendment exists. I don't give a hoot about "bump-stocks" and actually think they're rather silly since you can do the same thing by using your belt loop on your pants, but it's about the pricipal of using horrific events to take freedom away from law abiding citizens. That is what I cannot stand for, and we must all stand against.
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