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The Vermont State Police have begun collecting so-called "bump stocks" from the general public made illegal this year under Vermont law. [Read More]
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St. Mary's) said that people who are concerned about owning bump stocks should apply by Oct. 1 for the authorization "regardless of what" the Bureau... [Read More]
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An interesting race is shaping up in the 18th Senate District, with Sen. Heather Somers defending her seat against newcomer Bob Statchen, a lawyer and... [Read More]
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Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, of Wisconsin, says the shooting at a Middleton software company shows the need for gun control measures that are "consistent... [Read More]
Vermont State Police barracks throughout Vermont are accepting "bump-fire stocks" from members of the public who want to turn them in before they become illegal... [Read More]
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Vermont is demanding residents hand over their bump stocks, but there's a problem with using the honor system on something like this. [Read More]
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On Tuesday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat discussed comments made by Democratic Texas Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke about banning bump stocks and AR-15 rifles.... [Read More]
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A federal lawsuit over Maryland's ban on bump stocks and similar devices, says the group behind the legal challenge, now needs owners to get permission... [Read More]
Vermont State Police barracks throughout Vermont are accepting "bump-fire stocks" from members of the public who want to turn them in before they become illegal... [Read More]
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Effective October 1, any Floridian in possession of a bump fire stock or similar accessory commits a third degree felony thanks to the capitulation of Governor Rick Scott and the... [Read More]
In the wake of recent firearms legislation in Vermont, State Police there will allow people to surrender bump stocks at any of the agency's 10... [Read More]
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Authorities are not offering to pay for the now-banned devices, but those caught with them could risk up to one year in prison and $1,000... [Read More]
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With two weeks to go until bump-fire stocks are officially banned in Vermont, state police are now accepting voluntary and anonymous returns of the devices... [Read More]
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Under the new law, possession of a bump-fire stock is punishable by up to one year in prison and $1,000 in fines. [Read More]
Vermont state police barracks are accepting rapid-fire devices attached to guns known as bump stocks that will become illegal on Oct. 1 under new state... [Read More]
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The law allows police to collect bump stocks from gun owners who want to "voluntarily and anonymously" turn them in. [Read More]
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A new voluntary program aims to collect illegal bump stocks for firearms following the passage of a law that makes them illegal in Vermont after... [Read More]
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