Banning Bump Stocks Is One Thing, Prying Them From Owners' Hands Is Another

WASHINGTON — In the aftermath of the Las Vegas concert massacre, some lawmakers have called for a ban on “bump stocks” — and even the National Rifle Association has urged a federal agency to reassess whether the device should be regulated.But gun owners and others question how to enforce a ban on the accessory that allows a rifle to fire at nearly automatic rates. Many had them before the shooting or snapped them up in the hours and days afterward."As a private citizen, I am going to resist," said Michael Cargill, owner of the Austin-based Central Texas Gun Works. "We are going to resist, and we are not going to comply."  Continue reading...

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