Mouth Operated Trigger Control Bites

I thought the ATF frowned upon any electronic trigger control mechanisms,  but it appears it would only apply to semi-autos according to the USC 26 definition of a Machine Gun and not a bolt action like the rifle used in the video.

It’s too bad you couldn’t suck on that mouth thing, or blow into it to fire… I’d have a lot more jokes for that.

Also, is it just me or is the video have a real fake “infomercial” feel to it?


9 responses to “Mouth Operated Trigger Control Bites”

  1. Ummmm… The Rifle Paci

  2. at the risk of sounding repetative…
    what the heck is it FOR?
    it says military, but how are you supposed to talk with it? Heinlein and Ringo mentioned bite switches for shoulder mounted weapons so soldiers could shoot when their hands were full, but this isnt that.
    maybe a retired vet thats missing fingers, but they got that hydraulic toy that adapts to any weapon and doesnt use heavy batteries for that…..

  3. Nice, until you trip, bite down and accidentally shoot someone.

  4. Your Mom Avatar

    Is that a drywall anchor in for the switch?

    The filming and people interviews in it make it seem like i should be hearing a crowd say: ‘set it and FORGET IT!’

    BUT WAIT… that’s not all….

  5. Your Mom Avatar

    maybe it’s so you can txt and shoot at the same time.

    1. Admin (Mike) Avatar
      Admin (Mike)

      LOL yea probably.

  6. I like how they got a retired police officer to vouch for it. I really do wonder where this misconception that cops know ANYTHING about firearms came from.

    1. Admin (Mike) Avatar
      Admin (Mike)

      yea the classic “I’ll ask my buddy whose a cop” LOL

  7. Well, ther’s at least one quadraplegic guy in NJ with a POID and a hunting license. There was a lawsuit over it