The Latest: Trump considering 'bump stock' ban - Houston Chronicle

President Donald Trump speaks during a briefing with senior military leaders in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017. President Donald Trump speaks during a briefing with senior... WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on ...

What does a bump stock do? - WRCB-TV

The National Rifle Association (NRA) is calling for the ATF to review "bump stock" regulations. Meanwhile, gun stores are selling out of the device across the nation. Officials say that's what the Las Vegas shooter used to fire hundreds of rounds into ...

Bump-Fire Stock Prices Double, Thanks to the NRA - BloombergQuint

(Bloomberg) -- Bump-fire stocks experienced a further boost in prices after the National Rifle Association announced that the devices, which allow semi-automatic weapons to fire as if they were automatic, should be subject to more stringent federal ...

Suddenly, White House and NRA open to (a little) gun control - 680 News

WASHINGTON – The National Rifle Association joined the Trump administration and top congressional Republicans Thursday in a swift and surprising embrace of a restriction on Americans' guns, though a narrow one: to regulate the “bump stock” devices ...

Overnight Regulation: NRA gives ground on bump stocks | Consumer agency issues payday lending rule | Feds weigh ... - The Hill

Welcome to Overnight Regulation, your daily rundown of news from the federal agencies, Capitol Hill, the courts and beyond. It's Thursday night, and new this afternoon is the upcoming resignation from Rep. Tim Murphy (R-Pa.), to be effective Oct. 21.

The true secret of the NRA's success - New York Post

An old rule of thumb holds that when someone says it's not about the money, it's really about the money. But there are exceptions to almost every rule. The National Rifle Association is a case in point. In the wake of the horror in Las Vegas this week ...

Harvard Prof: NRA A "Domestic Terrorist Organization" - Opposing Views

In the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, a Harvard University professor has described the National Rifle Association as a terrorist organization. Jonathan Walton, a professor of religion and society at Harvard's Divinity School, also urged ...

Banning bump stocks is a no-brainer after the Las Vegas shooting. What else you got, Congress? - Sacramento Bee

It says a lot about the partisan gridlock in Washington that even after a man armed with more than a dozen rifles smashed a hotel window and rained bullets on hundreds of people attending a country music festival in Las Vegas, most Americans assumed ...

Growing Call for New Look at 'Bump Stocks,' Including From the NRA - New York Times

A memorial Thursday in the middle of South Las Vegas Boulevard, near the concert venue where 58 people were fatally shot on Sunday. Credit Chris Wattie/Reuters. With support building in Congress for action against devices like those the Las Vegas ...

USA: Arms lobby ready for concession - Turkey Telegraph

After the shots in Las Vegas, the US arms lobby is signalling – at least a little bit. Upgrading a weapon could be difficult in the future. 06 October 2017 Friday 02:08 - 4 reads. USA: Arms lobby ready for concession. 0 0 ...

NRA signals it might accept some gun regulations in the wake of Las Vegas massacre - The News Tribune

The National Rifle Association gave Republicans a green light to review whether a device used by the Las Vegas shooter should be made illegal. It was a surprising turn for the gun lobby, one of the most powerful organizations in U.S. politics, and it ...

Congress learns what a bump stock is - KXLF Butte News

But after the shooting in Las Vegas, Sen. Jeff Flake, a Republican from Arizona, was stunned by the audio he was hearing, the sounds of a gun popping at a concert in Las Vegas at a frequency he was almost sure wasn't just coming from a semi-automatic ...

Details Emerge Of Las Vegas Shooter's Real Estate Gambles - KCUR

Remains of the garage door sit in the driveway at the house where Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock lived in the Sun City community in Mesquite, Nev. Gabe Ginsberg / Getty Images. As more details emerge about the life of Stephen C. Paddock, one ...

After Las Vegas massacre, the sound of silencers - USA TODAY

Gun laws in America are already so weak, it must be tough to find ways to make them even looser. But you've got to give gun lobbyists credit. They've come up with some new ideas and found allies in Congress to promote them, even as the nation mourns ...

NRA urges new rules on rapid-fire device for guns - The Telegraph

A bump stock that attaches to a semi-automatic rifle to increase the firing rate on display at the Good Guys Gun Shop in Orem, Utah. (Reuters). Las Vegas/Washington, Oct. 5: The National Rifle Association today endorsed tighter restrictions on devices ...

Bump stocks are selling briskly since Vegas attack, some sellers say - My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Some gun sellers say customers are rushing to buy bump stocks -- the accessories that make rifles fire like automatic weapons -- since the massacre in Las Vegas. "Oh, God, yes, it's been insane. Since this story has broke, we've ...

Roberts: After Las Vegas shooting, will GOP actually ban bump stocks? - AZCentral.com

After the recent Las Vegas shooting, the topic of gun control and what needs to be done about it continues to come up. Buzz60. Laurie Roberts: Republicans are talking about banning the device that allowed a madman to convert his guns into what amounts ...

NRA Calls For Review of Bump Stocks Following Vegas Shooting: 'Should Be Subject to Additional Regulation' - Townhall

The National Rifle Association's CEO Wayne LaPierre and NRA Institute for Legislative Action Executive Director Chris Cox issued a joint statement Thursday responding to the mass shooting in Las Vegas that occurred Sunday night and joining the calls ...

NRA calls for additional regulations to bump stocks after Las Vegas Shooting - St. George Daily Spectrum

The call for additional regulations for devices that allow semi-automatic weapons to fire like automatic weapons came from an unlikely place on Thursday. The National Rifle Association (NRA) called for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and ...

Republicans, NRA, open to considering banning 'bump stocks' on guns - The Hillsdale Daily News

The Las Vegas massacre has forced a breach in congressional Republicans' solid opposition to gun restrictions, prompting many to say they will consider banning “bump stocks” that turn assault rifles into virtual machine guns. WASHINGTON — The Las ...