So the ATF outlawed bump stocks and FRTs. Now here is the next way that people have figured out how to turn money (quickly) into noise. Paintball enthusiasts have for years used two fingers to pull the trigger.

In response to this, a company called S&T Inc has come up with an attachment for AR pattern rifles that allows shooters to do the same thing.

They are illegal in Florida, so there is that.

790.222 Bump-fire stocks prohibited.—A person may not import into this state or transfer, distribute, sell, keep for sale, offer for sale, possess, or give to another person a bump-fire stock. A person who violates this section commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084. As used in this section, the term “bump-fire stock” means a conversion kit, a tool, an accessory, or a device used to alter the rate of fire of a firearm to mimic automatic weapon fire or which is used to increase the rate of fire to a faster rate than is possible for a person to fire such semiautomatic firearm unassisted by a kit, a tool, an accessory, or a device.

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Paul Chappell · May 22, 2023 at 7:20 am

Has that law actually been challenged or tested? Maybe things have changed since I was in, but I was taught how to “bump fire” the M-16 to get a sort of automatic fire effect in Basic. Not super useful because you can shoot quickly or you can shoot accurately, but (and I could be wrong) as I understand the bump stocks just do the same thing? So it would not in fact be faster than one could fire without a mechanical assist… Mind, not something that affects me one way or the other so don’t particularly care, just seems poorly written by someone who might not understand well the mechanics of how it works…

    Divemedic · May 22, 2023 at 7:25 am

    Bumps stocks are illegal under Federal law, but the two finger trigger attachment is likely illegal under Florida law.

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