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Firearm Control Device

Interesting (skipto 0:50 for what it does):

7 Responses to “Firearm Control Device”

  1. Freiheit Says:

    Clever. Are there any disadvantages to this?

  2. Gunmart Says:

    So I guess it turns an AR into a Mauser?

  3. Wolfman Says:

    Hmmm, a patent pending device that make your AR go from ‘that gun that jams’ to ‘that gun that jams and sometimes the parts fall off.’

  4. Cliff Says:


    The only potential disadvantage I see is that you might accidently press too far during a normal magazine change and drop the bolt. That would necessitate that you insert the fresh magazine more firmly, since you will end up compressing the spring a bit, and, of course, cycling the bolt manually.

    Looks like a solution in search of a problem.

  5. armed_partisan Says:

    I like it. Good idea! In theory, it could also help keep you from releasing the bolt if the magazine is not fully seated, because if you press the bolt release when the magazine is not fully inserted, it won’t move very far unless you seriously dent your magazine… and your palm! There’s nothing worse than inserting a mag and pushing the bolt release and hearing “click” instead of “bang”.

  6. george Says:

    Hopefully, the atf/fbi will buy several thousands of these.

  7. chris Says:

    cliff. Locking the bolt and dropping the bolt rock in opposite directions. This thing will lock the bolt but can not drop the bolt.

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