We just finished making a new prototype unit all pretty and then the Newton, CT incident has blood on the water. So are we done before we even go public? We just got the second stage cooling system operating with consistency and have slated to move on to Gen IV development and now a new AWB or worse is looming. My whole company revolves around adding components to an existing rifle platform. Sure if there is a 'grand father' provision I might be OK, but other wise this would single handily knock us out of the ring and down for the count. I mean if things like collapsible stocks, pistol grips, flash hiders, and barrel shrouds are the problem, I am screwed. And shouldn't they call it an W.A.B. aka ' Weapon Attachment Ban ' since that all the last one was?