Molon Labe: State Bans Popular AR-15 Accessory—Not a Single Person Complies Freedom Outpost ^ | May 29, 2018 | Rachel Blevins Posted on 5/30/2018, 12:22:37 PM by Cheerio State police were shocked to find that after banning bump stocks and threatening violators with 5 years in prison, not a single resident has complied. The state of New Jersey has become the latest to ban bump-stocks for firearms, and despite strict threats to owners who refuse to turn their newly illegal devices over to police, not a single resident has complied with the new law. The legislation banning the popular A-15 accessory, Senate Bill 3477, went into effect immediately after it was signed into law by Gov. Chris Christie in January, and it gave residents 90 days to “voluntarily surrender any bump stock in their possession to a law enforcement agency.” The bill criminalizes the possession or sale of “bump stocks,” which it defines as “a device designed to attach to a semi-automatic firearm in order to fire shots in rapid succession in a manner that simulates an automatic firearm.” This new law adds to an existing state law banning guns that have been deemed as “assault rifles.” (Excerpt) Read more at freedomoutpost.com …

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Molon Labe: State Bans Popular AR-15 Accessory—Not a Single Person Complies
Freedom Outpost ^ | May 29, 2018 | Rachel Blevins 

Posted on 5/30/2018, 12:22:37 PM by Cheerio

State police were shocked to find that after banning bump stocks and threatening violators with 5 years in prison, not a single resident has complied.

The state of New Jersey has become the latest to ban bump-stocks for firearms, and despite strict threats to owners who refuse to turn their newly illegal devices over to police, not a single resident has complied with the new law.

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