Two Tennessee lawmakers have introduced a bill that would ban bump stocks across the state.
Senator Lee Harris and Representative Dwayne Thompson filed the legislation on Wednesday.
“If we want to limit the number of people a mass shooter can kill we should move quickly to ban the sale of bump stocks in Tennessee,” Senator Harris said.
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Bump stock devices were used by gunman Stephen Paddock in the recent Las Vegas attack that killed more than 50 people and hurt hundreds of others.
A few weeks the National Rifle Association (NRA) even suggested a federal review of the devices.
John Harris with the Tennessee Firearms Association previously told WKRN he would challenge any regulations that would dictate how rapidly a gun can be fired.