NRA calls for restrictions on 'bump stocks'

The US' most powerful gun lobby, the National Rifle Association, wants to restrict the use of bump stocks.

    The US' most powerful gun lobby, the National Rifle Association, wants to restrict the use of bump stocks.

    This device allows semi-automatic weapons to fire automatically and was used by Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas shooter who killed over 50 and wounded almost 500 on October 1.

    Al Jazeera’s Andy Gallacher reports from Las Vegas, Nevada.


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