‘Bump Stock' Maker Resumes Sales as Gun Control Debate Begins Anew

Slide Fire, the tiny Texas maker of the "bump stock," -- the assault weapon addon that came under fire following the Las Vegas mass shooting -- has resumed some sales, the company said on its website.After bump stocks were found in the hotel room of accountant turned assassin Stephen Paddock, Silde Fire's owner, Jeremiah Cottle, suspended shipments of the device. Bump stocks, which many consumers had not heard of before the Las Vegas shooting, make a semi-automatic weapon fire at speeds similar to an automatic weapon.Paddock killed 58 people attending a country music concert and injured hundreds when he rained down carnage from his Las Vegas hotel room.  Continue reading...

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