Manufacturers 'bump stock' sued

Manufacturers 'bump stock' sued

World October 11, 2017 04:39

las vegas - Victims of the fatal shooting in Las Vegas have accused manufacturers of so-called bump stocks. These are devices that allow a semi-automatic weapon to be used as an automatic weapon, and with which a lot of bullets can be fired in a short period of time.

Stephen Paddock, who performed a massacre at his music venue in Las Vegas from his hotel room, had multiple guns with such an accessory. The prosecutors accuse Slide Fire Solutions and other non-named manufacturers negligence.

'This terrible attack would never have happened with a conventional firearm that used to use law for self-defense. 'Thousands of dead and hundreds injured by the shooting.

The National Rifle Association (NRA), the powerful US Army Lobby Organization, said earlier that additional legal rules are needed.

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