A device called a “bump stock” is shown attached to a semi-automatic rifle at a gun store in Utah. Such a device, which allows a semi-automatic weapon to function as an automatic, was used by the gunman in the Las Vegas concert shooting Oct. 1.
A device called a “bump stock” is shown attached to a semi-automatic rifle at a gun store in Utah. Such a device, which allows a semi-automatic weapon to function as an automatic, was used by the gunman in the Las Vegas concert shooting Oct. 1. Rick Bowmer AP
A device called a “bump stock” is shown attached to a semi-automatic rifle at a gun store in Utah. Such a device, which allows a semi-automatic weapon to function as an automatic, was used by the gunman in the Las Vegas concert shooting Oct. 1. Rick Bowmer AP

Apply the wisdom of the Founders. Semi-automatic guns are a clear and present danger.

October 16, 2017 12:53 PM

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