NAMPA, Idaho, Jan. 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Lord Rockwell LLC announces their Not-A-Bumpstock that complies with new regulations banning bumpstocks published in December. Like bumpstocks, the patent pending Not-A-Bumpstock uses a one piece grip and stock body that slides relative to the firearm, but incorporates other features that break up the shooting pattern described in the new regulations, effectively side-stepping the regulatory attempt. Lord Rockwell will reveal full details of the product in February.
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The device was primarily designed as a shooting aid for helping disabled people shoot again, and shoot very fast. This would include some disabled veterans, elderly, people with low dexterity, missing fingers, amputees, double amputees, etc. "Disabled shooters have a right to bear arms too," says company owner Audrey Billingsley. "We appreciate President Trump's desire to enhance public safety. A bumpstock ban will not enhance public safety, but will create over 500,000 new felons."
Lord Rockwell will unveil full details of the device on their website and open up pre-order sales alongside their Anarchy Enchilada bake sale in February. The company will be going through the customary process of submitting the device to the ATF's technology branch for review of compliance with laws and regulations. This can be a multi-month process and orders will not be fulfilled until approval is acknowledged. Customers are entitled to a full refund prior to delivery.
Lord Rockwell didn't disclose the product prior to the final rule being published fearing regulators would arbitrarily target the Not-A-Bumpstock too. The device was originally conceptualized several years ago but the designer moved on to other projects. Interest in bringing it to market was rekindled amidst reports in early 2018 that the President was moving to ban bumpstock devices. Following the publishing of the proposed bumpstock rule in March, 2018, the designer checked for compliance and submitted provisional patents for the device and licensed it to Lord Rockwell.
Lord Rockwell LLC is a federally licensed firearms manufacturer in Idaho, established 2015. For more information on the Not-A-Bumpstock visit www.lordrockwell.com.
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