The deadly Las Vegas shooting brought to light the use of a device called a "bump stock,” which allows a semiautomatic rifle to mimic a fully automatic one. Critics say that the device disregards current federal restrictions on automatic guns, but a gun store owner in Bastrop disagrees. Watch Crosshairs Texas' Troy Michelin demonstrate how a bump stock is installed and operated. AP
The deadly Las Vegas shooting brought to light the use of a device called a "bump stock,” which allows a semiautomatic rifle to mimic a fully automatic one. Critics say that the device disregards current federal restrictions on automatic guns, but a gun store owner in Bastrop disagrees. Watch Crosshairs Texas' Troy Michelin demonstrate how a bump stock is installed and operated. AP

West Texas company makes ‘bump stocks’ - but for how long?

October 06, 2017 11:24 AM