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NO GRANDFATHER CLAUSE for CURRENTLY Owned Bump Stock

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Definition

Latin for "from a thing done afterward."

Overview

Ex post facto is most typically used to refer to a criminal statute that punishes actions retroactively, thereby criminalizing conduct that was legal when originally performed. Two clauses in the United States Constitution prohibit ex post facto laws:

Art 1, § 9

This prohibits Congress from passing any laws which apply ex post facto.

Art. 1 § 10. 

This prohibits the states from passing any laws which apply ex post facto.

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Retroactive Judicial Decisions 

At a minimum, ex post facto prohibits legislatures from passing laws which retroactively criminalize behavior. However, this prohibition does not attach as strictly to judicial decisions. Appellate courts sometimes announce a new rule of law, but will not apply it to the case in front of it, in order to attempt to comply with ex post facto prohibitions. 

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https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/ex_post_facto

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21 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Definition

Latin for "from a thing done afterward."

Overview

Ex post facto is most typically used to refer to a criminal statute that punishes actions retroactively, thereby criminalizing conduct that was legal when originally performed. Two clauses in the United States Constitution prohibit ex post facto laws:

Art 1, § 9

This prohibits Congress from passing any laws which apply ex post facto.

Art. 1 § 10. 

This prohibits the states from passing any laws which apply ex post facto.

<snip>

Retroactive Judicial Decisions 

At a minimum, ex post facto prohibits legislatures from passing laws which retroactively criminalize behavior. However, this prohibition does not attach as strictly to judicial decisions. Appellate courts sometimes announce a new rule of law, but will not apply it to the case in front of it, in order to attempt to comply with ex post facto prohibitions. 

<snip>

https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/ex_post_facto

They will pass it anyway. But if they do someone needs to sue, their trying to do something illegal. Unless Obama snuck something in before he left to cancel out that law. 

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Just don't use it when there are sissy's around. Just lock it in semi position and say its disabled..

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Brawndo
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If i had a full auto setting on a rifle i would never use it.

It's like the rifle become alive and uncontrolable. 

Maybe it's less obvious with a 9mm carbine but with an ak lol good luck hitting anything after the first 2-3 shots.

Edited by Brawndo

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Now if you've watched the video or read the title then I have a question to ask....

Could this simple bump-stock ban be cause for police to enter homes of those with weapons. Because it seems like this could give them cause. All they have to do is say we thought you had a bump-stock. Raid your home, screw your rights and what can you do??

Nothing. That's what!

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Quit reading all these low vibrational news stories ...

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If a really fat person pushes a regular non-bump stock against his blubber and the bouncing increases the rate of fire, should all fat people be forced to undergo liposuction or just executed?

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