Trump administration moves to ban 'bump stock' type devices

Trump administration moves to ban 'bump stock' type devices

The Trump administration announced final steps Tuesday to ban “bump stock” add-ons that help rifles mimic machine guns, saying that even current owners of the devices will either have to hand them in to the government or destroy them.

It is a major shift from other gun control changes, which usually don’t apply to previous purchases. It also marks a shift away from the administration’s staunch support for gun rights.

Also Tuesday, a presidential school safety commission report touted “red flag” laws opposed by many conservatives that are intended to temporarily suspend the gun rights of dangerous people.

Continue reading at the Washington Times.

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