Plus, let's consider that binary triggers, used with or without a bump firing technique by the shooter, don't really let a semi-auto shoot as fast, while being nearly as accurate and well-controlled, as bumpfire or slidefire stocks do. A binary trigger can double your normal semi-auto rate of fire, but that's only going from maybe 3 shots per second up to 6 shots per second. Six bangs per second is 360 rounds/ minute, and that is not a full-auto rate of fire. It's more like what you'd get from an 1870's era Gatling gun, manually cranked. No mass killer in recent memory has used a binary trigger, although other trigger manipulation devices have been used (1993, San Francisco was the last time I can recall-- he had HellFire trigger devices on his Tec-9 assault pistols). The public isn't calling for restrictions on trigger cranks, Hellfires, or other gimmicky, less-effective ways of making semi-autos shoot faster. The public isn't calling for a ban on bump-firing as a technique, or do the American people want to ban semi-autos or reinstate the 10-round magazine limit we had with the 1994-2004 Assault Weapon Ban. Instead, the public wants to ban bumpfire stocks, slidefire stocks. Stocks. That's what the public is demanding be thrown under the bus, and they are going to be thrown under.