How does a bump stock work? | ABC News

How does a bump stock work? | ABC News


So the ‘bump stock’ itself is an attachment
that replaces the butt stock of the rifle. You see how easy it moves; any little force
will move it. So if you put your finger over this, and then push forward here, it basically
will put your finger on that trigger, and with it off safe, just that little bit of
motion, you can hear the click (CLICK), it will shoot. Then it comes back forward. The
rifle will then cycle and cock again, which is what makes it semi-auto, and so when you
keep going forward like this it has to go through the seven cycles of fire in order
to repeat the shot. Personally I don’t like them because they
make it more inaccurate, but it’s a part that, you know, is legal to have on a firearm, and
I’m a Constitutionalist, and the Second Amendment says “it shall not be infringed …”, and
the word infringed means by banning parts on firearms, actually, is against the Constitution. It had no difference to this guy. Straight up, this guy was evil. I mean, he committed murder 59 times and, you know, harmed a bunch of other people, 500-and-something. Well because he was shooting from an elevated position, he was shooting what is called ‘plunging
fire’, which is down on an area, and then of course, I mean you couldn’t ask for a more
confined space because it’s a concert; they had the barriers around to keep people into
that area, and then basically because he was firing down he was able to use the inaccuracy
of that to cover a larger area, which inflicted more damage.

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