A ban on so-called “bump stocks” – which are basically pieces of plastic affixed to rifles which engender the effect of automatic fire – is getting widespread bipartisan support in the wake of last Sunday’s Las Vegas shooting.
There are also two proposals percolating in the New Jersey legislature.
“My version: you have to turn in your existing bump stocks within 60 days; the Senate version is 90 days. Otherwise my Assembly version is pretty comparable,” said Asw. Holly Schepisi (R-39) when asked by Save Jersey how her measure compares to the Senate Democrats’ legislation.
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