Your eyes are not deceiving you.
This is not a bumpstock. That one piece stock and grip and whatever that mystery part is are just a couple pieces in a new system of pew things, none of which are a bumpstock.
The new rule that was issued reinterpreting what bumpstocks and machine guns are is actually pretty narrow. Lord Rockwell has provisional patents on new pew technology that supersedes the bumpstock, but also has a wider application and purpose in the market.
The Not-A-Bumpstock is not a bumpstock. And it's most definitely not a machine gun. As is the timeless tale of regulation, governments ban things, and the marketplace replaces them with new products to comply with the law. For non-gun owners, it's like that upcoming iPhone Jailbreak that you know is inevitable.
We chose to wait to announce the product until after the bumpstock ban so that regulators did not arbitrarily target our product too. That would have been particulary upsetting since it's not a bumpstock. Among other things, the Not-A-Bumpstock aids injured veterans, the elderly, and others with disabilities to be able to shoot again, and shoot very fast.
While we're poised to benefit from the bumpstock ban, we support the lawsuits that are seeking to overturn it. Our product will have a place in the market with or without a bumpstock ban. We respect President Trump and his desire to keep American's safe. A ban on bumpstocks does not improve public safety, but will make several hundred thousand people into potential felons.
We're letting the market know an alternative product exists. The Not-A-Bumpstocks are a more complex system. More than just replacing a grip and stock. The Not-A-Bumpstocks will be available as conversions kits for existing firearms and as complete firearms with an integral Not-A-Bumpstock. More details on the operation, safety, and availability of Not-A-Bumpstocks will follow after Christmas.
We will be following standard procedures of submitting the device to the ATF's technology branch for their review of compliance with existing law and the new bumpstock rule ahead of shipping them to customers and distributors. But let your heart be not troubled, it's Not-A-Bumpstock.