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Tim Harmsen says he's dissatisfied with the NRA's recent compromises, but he still plans to attend the annual convention. Military Arms Channel hide caption

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Ahead Of Annual NRA Convention, A Member Says It's Sacrificing His Rights

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Saturday that the Justice Department is formally moving to ban the sale or manufacture of bump stocks through regulatory action. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Florida Gov. Rick Scott wants a range of measures aimed at preventing shootings like the one last week at a high school in Parkland, Fla. Scott is seen here during a meeting with law enforcement, mental health and education officials on Tuesday. Colin Hackley/Reuters hide caption

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Kenneth and Irene Hernandez pay their respects as they visit a makeshift memorial with crosses placed near the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas. A man opened fire inside the church in the small South Texas community in November, killing and wounding many. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Bump stocks are now illegal to use in Columbia, S.C., after the city enacted a ban on the devices. In this photo from October, a shooting instructor shows the grip of an AR-15 rifle fitted with a bump stock. Allen G. Breed/AP hide caption

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Columbia, S.C., Approves A Rare U.S. Ban On The Use Of Bump Stocks

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Shop owner Jeff Binkley displays an AR-15 "Sport" rifle at Sarge's Sidearms on Sept. 29, 2016 near Benson, Ariz. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Poll: Majorities Of Both Parties Favor Increased Gun Restrictions

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A billboard advertising a gun tourism business in Las Vegas hovers above the Mandalay Bay Hotel, site of a mass shooting Sunday night that killed 58 people and injured nearly 500. Monika Evstatieva/NPR hide caption

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Sorrow, But Little Appetite For New Laws Among Nevada Gun Enthusiasts

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Police tape blocks off part of Las Vegas Blvd. on Tuesday near the scene of a massacre at a country music festival in Las Vegas. Twelve devices known as bump stocks were found in the gunman's room. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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