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Senators, NRA weigh in on ‘bump stock’ restrictions
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Senators and congressmen from both parties as well as NRA officials on Oct. 8 addressed whether to restrict “bump stocks,” which allow semiautomatic weapons to fire more rapidly.
Senators and congressmen from both parties as well as NRA officials on Oct. 8 addressed whether to restrict “bump stocks,” which allow semiautomatic weapons to fire more rapidly.
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