NJ’s Bump Stock Ban Takes Effect…Immediately

The New Jersey anti-liberty, anti-human, anti-progress, anti-gun bill has passed and is now law thanks to the signature by outgoing governor Chris Christie.  The law takes immediate effect. It bans all bump stocks and demands the little people turn in their bump stocks, else face the threat of government guns being thrust in their faces.

Gun Rights groups are crying foul, but their words will have little impact in a state in which the owners and managers of that particular coercive enterprise deem you not smart enough, not responsible enough, not mature enough to even pump your own gas.

If you live in New Jersey, get out, or be the defiant example that says no to these Nanny State politi-supremacists that run this North-Korea-Lite fiefdom.

Gun Rights Advocates Blast New Jersey’s ‘Bump Stock’ Law

The Coalition of New Jersey Firearm Owners was one of several pro-gun rights groups to decry S-3477, which former Governor Chris Christie signed into law on Monday. The law bans the possession or sale of a bump stock, 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 weapon.

The bill references the Oct. 1, 2017 attack in Las Vegas that killed 58 people and wounded more than 500 others, stating that “according to news reports, the rifles found in the gunman’s hotel room were modified with a bump stock.”

The law clarifies that a firearm affixed with a bump stock constitutes an “assault weapon” and a firearm affixed with a trigger crank constitutes a “machine gun,” according to a statement from its sponsors.

The new law – which takes effect “immediately” – allows individuals to voluntarily surrender any bump stock in their possession to a law enforcement agency within 90 days of the bill’s effective date. Licensed manufacturers and retailers would have 30 days to voluntarily surrender their bump stocks.

Read More at Patch.com

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