At this point, even a casual who doesn’t live in breathe firearms the same way this newsletter’s readers do should understand the “official” definition of a semi-automatic weapon: one shot, one bullet.
With the mainstream media conducting its usual business of politically weaponizing mass shootings, that simple definition has become part of the national conversation. Unless you don’t pay attention to any news at all ever, you’ve at least heard this argument. At least, you should have…
This is why even a “casual” might be convinced that the firearm displayed in the video below could pose some legal trouble. As you can see in the thumbnail, “one shot, one bullet” isn’t technically accurate. With two barrels activated by one trigger at once, a gun-grabber might be able to tell you that it fits the ATF’s definition of a machine gun.
But fret not, firearm lovers — this weapon is fully legal and protected by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Matt from Demolition Ranch explains why below: