On Firearms Friday We Talk Gun Laws And Vigilantes
- Bump fire stocks
- A Remington re-call
- Bill introduction by Texas Congressman Steve Stockman
- Mexican vigilantes
- Seizure of property belong to a Connecticut man
- Ex-New York Mayor Bloomberg
- SIG-Sauer suing ATF
Discussing safety first Glenn warned against the use of 'bump-fire stocks'. These aftermarket stocks simulate full-auto fire on some weapons and according Glenn,
If you don't know what you're doing or have never fired full auto before you should hook up with somebody who has. A lot of times the recoil is pretty decent and it'll back you up and if you're not ready for it bad things could happen. I mean the weapon could just fly out of your hand if you don't have a good enough hold on it.
We asked Glenn to explain a recall by Remington and he said,
If it sounds like I'm reading it's because I am because I want to make sure I get this right. Remington is recalling Model 700 and Model Seven rifles that use the X-Mark PRO triggers manufactured from May 1, 2006 to April 9, 2014...Basically Remington says that while the trigger design is safe there is the potential for the gun to go off. Unintentional discharge...So if you have a Remington Model 700 or Model Seven rifle and you think you might be under that recall go to the Remington website and they should give you the rundown.
Fleming was really excited about a bill being introduced by Texas Congressman Steve Stockman. According to Fleming,
Basically it says that any states that require their gun owners to register their guns will not receive federal funding...I really hope this passes. I don't think it will.
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