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Shooting instructor Frankie McRae aims an AR-15 rifle fitted with a "bump stock" that allows the semi-automatic to shoot as fast as an illegal machine gun. As of March 26, bump stocks will be effectively illegal to own unless a court puts an injunction on the federal ban. Allen G. Breed/AP hide caption

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Criminal Justice Collaborative

Bump Stocks Will Soon Be Illegal, But That's Not Stopping Sales

The federal ban on bump stocks announced in December takes effect March 26. Sellers and gun rights groups are taking advantage of that extra time to boost sales, despite the upcoming ban.

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Shooting instructor Frankie McRae aims an AR-15 rifle fitted with a "bump stock" that allows the semi-automatic to shoot as fast as an illegal machine gun. As of March 26, bump stocks will be effectively illegal to own unless a court puts an injunction on the federal ban. Allen G. Breed/AP hide caption

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Bump Stocks Will Soon Be Illegal, But That's Not Stopping Sales

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Person undergoing a CAT scan in hospital with PET scan equipment. Emerging studies report findings of brain deterioration in females to be slower than that of males'. Johnny Greig/Getty Images hide caption

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Scans Show Female Brains Remain Youthful As Male Brains Wind Down

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Cai Cohrs plays the young version of Kurt Barnert in Never Look Away. Following World War II, actor Tom Schilling picks up the role as Kurt becomes an artist. Caleb Deschanel/Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Confronting Germany's Past In Oscar-Nominated 'Never Look Away'

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Then-Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell gestures as he delivers the Republican Response to the State of the Union in the Virginia House of Delegates chambers at the Capitol in Richmond, Va., on Jan. 27, 2010. Steve Helber/Associated Press hide caption

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For State Of The Union's Responders, The Warm Glow Often Fades Fast

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