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Lawmakers Say The ATF Should Regulate Bump Stocks. It's Not That Simple

NPR Friday, 13 October 2017
Since the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, new scrutiny has fallen on the controversial firearm device. Experts in the field say there are limits to what the ATF can do under existing law.
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