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Michigan reps seek to limit access to bump stocks
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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One month after the massacre in Las Vegas, U.S. Reps. Dan Kildee and Dave Trott are introducing a bipartisan bill to regulate bump stock devices under the National Firearms Act, similar to the strict controls on machine gun ownership.

Bump stocks are the devices that allowed the Vegas gunman to modify his semiautomatic rifles to fire at a rate similar to a machine gun, without actually converting the firearms to a fully automatic weapon. The devices are not prohibited under federal or Michigan law.

 

Comment by: PHORTO (11/1/2017)
It's about camels' noses and tent flaps.
 

Comment by: mickey (11/1/2017)
In other words, your knee-jerk legislation is the solution to the knee-jerk legislation problem?

Most importantly, this bill ends the cycle of knee-jerk legislation, hastily thrown together in the wake of these all too common tragedies, Trott said in a statement.
 

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