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Bullet Button 2.0

After California mandated something then made it illegal, the inventor of the bullet button came out with a new design to get around the recent ban.


22 Responses to “Bullet Button 2.0”

  1. Andrew Bontje Says:

    Wow, I hope “Bullet Button” dealers go bankrupt.

    This is what a sellout looks like.

  2. NotClauswitz Says:

    As a Californian with multiple BB-guns, I think it’s brilliant.
    Every time the Sacramento One-Party Politburo churns out another unconstitutional law rammed through on a party Line with no public input and no pushback, there’s a simple workaround.

  3. rickn8or Says:

    And someone posited on Tam’s FB page it would take all the way to Tuesday to come up with a work-around.

    Look for this to be banned next year.

    I wonder what will be developed for all those other rifles out there?

  4. NotClauswitz Says:

    Something similar for AK’s, but I’d buy M1 Garands as investment capital if I had any money.

  5. Will Says:


    it’s entirely possible that this design predates his bullet button idea. Any time I was looking at a design idea, I tried to envision as many variations as was feasible, and then picked the one that met the important requirements. Lots of variables get involved in choosing which way to go. Unfortunately, the best ideas aren’t always the ones that get into production. Actually, it’s amazing how often they DON’T get selected by the decision makers. Just the way it goes.

  6. John Hardin Says:

    Can someone provide a summary of the new law that specifies how a “legal” mag release is now supposed to work in CA? You have to disassemble the rifle to reload?

  7. Garibaldi Says:

    Don’t worry, this device will be made illegal in CA soon enough.

  8. rickn8or Says:

    Garibaldi, yes. Only situation I know of where compliance with the law is a “loophole.”

  9. Linoge Says:

    Like the internet, engineers view censorship as damage and route around it.

  10. JTC Says:

    Infinite workarounds for infinite idiocy, culminating in the ultimate idiocy and CALEXIT and/or insurrection.

    Guy is sharp -and fast!- but please someone tell him to not play into their terminology game wherein he twice called that sport rifle an assaut rifle.

    Oh, and surely he can find a quiet place to do his vids?

  11. JTC Says:

    …or an assault rifle even.

  12. rickn8or Says:

    JTC, I might be wrong, but it looks like his receiver has the magickal third hole that marks one of the differences between an “assault rifle” and a “semi-auto rifle.”

    But yes, nobody on our side of the gun debate should use the term “assault weapon.”

  13. JTC Says:

    rickn8or, if so I missed it, but I submit that it is then an automatic rifle, as I have not heard of any rifle assaulting anyone.

    Although of course there are many who prosyletize otherwise, which is exactly my point about the terminology game; I place it right up there with “gun violence”.

  14. NotClauswitz Says:

    In CA before the Bullet Button and the commercial growth and development/expansion of so many “non-Roster” receivers, if you had an AR with a standard magazine latch you were required to register them as an “assault weapon”…

  15. Huck Says:

    “Donít worry, this device will be made illegal in CA soon enough.”

    Like damn near everything else. Hell, I think that the list of what’s illegal in Commiefornia is longer than what’s still legal.

  16. Ellen Says:

    I will manage to do without California. It’s bad enough having Illinois just two states over.

  17. JTC Says:

    NotClauswitz, my point exactly. They can and do call shit shinola and want us to do the same, and when we won’t they legislate that shit is indeed shinola. But they can’t and won’t make me call shit anything but shit, especially when it’s my shit. That’s what the BB vid guy did, which is why I called him on that shit.

    And what is this “register them” you allude to? Heh.

  18. aerodawg Says:

    they’re nearly to the point that 10 or 20k armed men marching on the capital would be a better solution.

  19. beatbox Says:

    Correction, he invented this to COMPLY with the law.

  20. rickn8or Says:

    beatbox, to the liberal mind, complying with the law is a “loophole.”

  21. Publius Says:

    RAW’s are a thing. When Cali first passed everyone with banned guns already had to register them with the state by a certain date. Then they made them effectively non-transferable…

  22. mikee Says:

    I certainly hope CA Democrat and state Rep. Lee was importing, for sale to drug gangs, only illegal fully automatic assault rifles that had the original Bullet Button attached. Otherwise, somebody might have been hurt!