Associated Press
FILE - In this April 11, 2011, file photo retired FBI Special Agent John Hanlon describes the 1986 FBI shootout with Miami bank robbers, one of the deadliest in FBI history, in Miami. Hanlon was shot in the head, hand, groin and hip with a Ruger Mini-14 that had a folding stock. A different model of the same gun is on a list of exempted firearms in the gun-control legislation the Senate is currently considering. "What a joke," said Hanlon, who recalled lying on the street as brass bullet casings showered on him. "I can't imagine what the difference is." Both models take detachable magazines that hold dozens of rounds of ammunition. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, File)

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