Cry for ‘Bump Stock’ Reform Cools; Can ATF Do It?

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Bump stocks, the kits that turn semiautomatic rifles into weapons capable of firing long, deadly bursts, were much discussed a month ago, after a gunman used the devices to kill 58 people and wound hundreds of others in Las Vegas. Some legislators in both parties quickly vowed to ban them. Even the National Rifle Association appeared to endorse restrictions. The proposed ban "may be turning into a cautionary tale of how energetic intentions in the wake of mass shootings can . . .

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