CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A Senate committee is recommending further study of a suggestion to ban so-called “bump stocks” on weapons in New Hampshire.
Sen. Jeff Woodburn, a Democrat from Whitefield, backed the invoice in accordance with the mass taking pictures in Las Vegas in October, when a person killed 58 other people right through a rustic tune live performance. Weapons present in his room reportedly had been provided with bump shares, equipment that accelerate their firing charge.
At a public listening to at the invoice, Woodburn stated there’s little need for such firepower for leisure or searching functions. Critics known as the invoice poorly worded and overly large. The Senate Judiciary Committee is recommending further study.