“. . . unlike most other gun debates, some Republicans are joining Democrats in eyeing new regulations. Fox News has learned that Rep. Carlos Curbelo, R-Fla., is writing a bipartisan bill to ban bump stocks.”
Retailers and manufacturers are seeing an apparent surge in interest in so-called bump stocks as Congress eyes a possible crackdown on the type of device allegedly used by the Las Vegas shooter.
Slide Fire, which makes bump stocks, announced on its website it is suspending new orders, with a message indicating the company’s supply is low. Another site that sells the company’s products said in a message online that the device is “out of stock” and backordered.
Bump stocks reportedly have stopped being offered by retailers like Cabela’s as well, at least for now.
This comes as Republicans and Democrats alike discuss the possibility of banning the products.
Click to continue reading. Fox News’ Chad Pergram and The Associated Press contributed to this report.