Even as sales of the deadly gun accessory used in the mass shooting in Las Vegas have surged nationwide, El Paso gun stores say sales of bump stocks have remained mostly unchanged.
“When you tell me you’re going to take something away from us, a knee-jerk reaction among Americans is ‘I am going to buy that before it’s illegal,” Richard Garcia, director of training at Sportsman’s Elite said.
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