People scramble for shelter after a gunman opened fire at a music festival in Las Vegas. Wire photo.
Republican Sens. Johnny Isakson and David Perdue are open to legislation that could ban “bump stock” devices that investigators said could have helped the Las Vegas gunman kill dozens of people and injure hundreds more in the nation’s worst mass shooting.
The two both said they would be receptive to legislation that forbids the devices, which are designed to accelerate the rate of fire for semi-automatic weapons. Investigators found 12 rifles equipped with bump stocks in Stephen Paddock’s hotel room after shootings that …read more
Source:: AJC Politics