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Feds collect fewer than 700 bump stocks after ban
After they were officially banned on March 26 this year, the federal government collected fewer than 1,000 bump stocks and there are reportedly hundreds of thousands still in circulation. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) collected 582 bump stocks which were "abandoned" and 98 that were kept as evidence, The Washington Times reported. The Trump Administration estimates that there are anywhere between 280,000 to 520,000 bump-stock-type devices in circulation when it first pushed the rule. There have been numerous reports that the ban would fail to be meaningfully enforced, showing the scope the federal government would truly...
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