That occurred to me. There are plenty of ways this could go. However, assuming the Florida Carry email is correct, what are the most likely outcomes if you choose to get into compliance via surrendering the stock? The lawsuit ultimately fails. Your bumpstock is gone. You're in the ATF database as someone who is not their friend. The lawsuit ultimately prevails. You get your bumpstock back but that's kind of meaningless. Why? Because newly made bumpstocks come back on the market and many thousands of old ones come out of hiding, i.e. they're available to purchase again. You're still in the ATF database as someone who is not their friend. That's a distinction without too much of a difference. If I truly have until the 10th to comply with the rule, all the options are back on the table. Confusion and fatigue rule my brain at the moment. I'll come back when I have more info.