I know there have been lawsuits filed seeking to overturn the bump stock ban, but March 2x (I forget the exact date) continues to relentlessly approach. What owners who don't wish to destroy them are hoping for is an injunction and eventually a declaration that the ban is unlawful. My question is what happens if there isn't an injunction issued by the deadline yet the lawsuits are still in progress? Is the existence of a legal challenge sufficient grounds to hold onto them, or do owners have to destroy them and then maybe just buy a new one if the suit is eventually successful? Or bury it on public land and then maybe dig it up later? <--this is a joke. Is the suit even going to be heard before the destruction deadline?