A gun accessory used during the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip could be banned around the country in a matter of days.
CNN is reporting that “U.S. officials familiar with the matter” say the Trump administration will soon unveil a ban on bump stocks.
The shooter in the October 1 attack used the device, which allows someone using a semi-automatic gun to simulate the fire rate of an automatic weapon.
Under the rule as proposed by the Justice Department, owners of bump stocks would have 90 days to turn in or destroy them.