Gov. Jay Inslee talks with Rick Wyant, supervisor of the forensic firearms unit at the Washington State Patrol crime laboratory in Seattle, as Wyant holds a semi-automatic rifle fitted with a "bump stock" device to make it fire faster. Inslee has called for a ban on bump stocks. A Senate committee voted in favor of the ban last week.
Gov. Jay Inslee talks with Rick Wyant, supervisor of the forensic firearms unit at the Washington State Patrol crime laboratory in Seattle, as Wyant holds a semi-automatic rifle fitted with a "bump stock" device to make it fire faster. Inslee has called for a ban on bump stocks. A Senate committee voted in favor of the ban last week. Ted S. Warren AP
Gov. Jay Inslee talks with Rick Wyant, supervisor of the forensic firearms unit at the Washington State Patrol crime laboratory in Seattle, as Wyant holds a semi-automatic rifle fitted with a "bump stock" device to make it fire faster. Inslee has called for a ban on bump stocks. A Senate committee voted in favor of the ban last week. Ted S. Warren AP

Bump stock ban a good starting place for gun safety in 2018

January 20, 2018 12:36 PM