Ban the Bump Stock Machine Gun, Restore the 1934 NFA
There can be no question. Simply put we started seriously regulating guns a lifetime ago and these rules held up. If you want a full automatic firing gun, you waive some rights, pay money and provide a wealth of information to the government.
Since 1934 we established a consensus that the 2nd A does not provide a right to machine guns. Recently in Heller we established near blanket bans of guns will not be tolerated either. The outer boundaries are set.
FTR, ATF website
Are parts or kits which would convert a firearm into a machinegun subject to registration?
Wait, were set until a (so far) legal loophole ruined the previously effective if imperfect arrangements. That loophole can be dealt with.
Here is a link to a bill to do just that.