From Kit Up. Seems they got to talk to Guy Cramer at SHOT, and he shed a little more light on the subject.
I first mentioned Hyperstealth late last month, and I'm still pretty excited to see how this stuff develops.
2 months ago
His views prompted comic book writers like Paul Cornell to tweet his fans, “I can’t stop someone selling my books, but please don’t buy them from HeavyInk.”I'll have to check the books that I'm reading, but I'm pretty sure he doesn't write any of them. If he does, they're getting dropped. I don't like your double standard there Mr. Cornell, your bread and butter stems from your 1st Amendment Right, and calling on your minions to force any financial hardship on someone for doing the same is simply despicable. (Also, I'd love to know of any other writers who have done likewise.)
...the new ruling is going to be akin to the 1994 Assault Weapon Ban, in that, shotguns with bayonet lugs, large capacity magazines…etc or commonly referred to as “evil parts,” will no longer be importable as they have “no sporting purpose.”The issue we run into is that Saiga shotguns aren't imported with all the "evil" features. They have to be converted "in country" and 922R compliance must be met. All "high" capacity magazines are produced state-side, and not imported with the gun (they come with a 5 round box.)