He’s going to sign it.He’s made a political calculation. At the end of the day he is a Politician.
So what’s Scott going to be running for: Senate or prez?
Maybe, maybe not. Here's how it plays out:
He's going to be running for Senate. Say he signs the bill. Now he's pretty well lost his endorsement from the NRA (as well as Gun Owners of America) in the Senate race and antagonized not just gun owners in Florida but across the nation who will see him caving on gun rights as a Senator. He will lose his Senate race either in the primary or the general, but he will lose. Watch for the avalanche of memes and bumper stickers to flood the market during the race.
He doesn't sign it and lets it languish on his desk without comment or just says there's something in the bill he doesn't support and tells the Florida Senate and House to send him a new bill. It drags out, nothing gets passed and things stay as they are. Progressives go crazy, the NRA and GOA cautiously endorse Scott for Senate and he might win the Senate race in a squeaker.
Show the STUPID legislators why their state is now called FloriDUH!!
Videos: How to Bumpfire Effectively without a Bumpfire Stock! Turn UP your sound!
No need for a Bumpfire stock. Amazingly fun! Accuracy is naturally compromised, though. Short handgun cartridges have the highest cyclic rate, since less bolt travel is needed.
Bumpfiring is 100% legal, and safe in a properly maintained modern sporting rifle. Some gun ranges do not like it, though, because they feel you dont have adequate control of the firearm. I am sure that could well be the case of you bumpfired a cartridge anywhere from 7.62 NATO (.308 Winchester) on up.
I thought Prick Scott already signed it?