Good question but a Double bbl shotgun will fire 2 rounds with each pull of the triggers, it's not considered a machine gun.Fires 2 rounds with each pull of the trigger. Doesn’t that qualify as a machine gun? Therefore not legal except for law enforcement and military?
My first thought as well. But article says it isn't by the ATF. It's a "firearm" of the "pistol" type. Seems like that would be super fun to explain in court after using it for SD.Fires 2 rounds with each pull of the trigger. Doesn’t that qualify as a machine gun? Therefore not legal except for law enforcement and military?
Might just be because the number of cartridges fired with a single pull of a triggers doesn't matter, to be qualified as a machine gun it has to keep firing with one pull of the trigger?Shotgun has 2 triggers. Those double barrel ar15 and 1911s that are intended for sale to the public have 2 triggers also I believe.
Next, we’ve seen this question pop up on social media: “Would the ATF consider the S333 a machine gun because of two shots with one trigger pull?”
The answer? No. We spoke directly with the good people at Standard Manufacturing, who said, “The S333 is not subjected to the NFA provision because it does not meet the ATF definition of a ‘machine gun.’ It is, however, defined as a ‘firearm’ of the ‘pistol’ type.”
Good point about two hammers. Or it's just one big one. Trigger looks like paintball trigger.looks better than a poly ruger or poly toreass. too bad 22mg is a waste in such a short barrel.
it has 2 triggers, they just on top eachother gots to have 2 hammers.