Chief executive Wayne LaPierre calls for a ‘bright line’ to regulate bump stocks but insists nobody should ‘face evil with empty hands’

National Rifle Association chief executive Wayne LaPierre said on Sunday bump stocks, novelty devices that may have been used in the Las Vegas shooting, “fuzz the line” between semi-automatic and fully automatic weapons.

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