In this Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 photo, Frankie McRae removes bullets from a magazine at his Range 37 gun club in Bunnlevel, N.C. "Bump" stock outfitted weapons, which allow a semi-automatic weapon to fire continuously, don’t appear to have turned up at crime scenes and aren't generally on the law enforcement radar. McRae says banning the devices wouldn't affect criminals, who would continue to buy restricted weapons illegally from "other criminals." (AP Photo/Allen Breed)

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In this Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 photo, Frankie McRae removes bullets from a magazine at his Range 37 gun club in Bunnlevel, N.C. "Bump" stock outfitted weapons, which allow a semi-automatic weapon to fire continuously, don’t appear to have turned up at crime scenes and aren't generally on the law enforcement radar. McRae says banning the devices wouldn't affect criminals, who would continue to buy restricted weapons illegally from "other criminals." (AP Photo/Allen Breed)
In this Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 photo, Frankie McRae removes bullets from a magazine at his Range 37 gun club in Bunnlevel, N.C. "Bump" stock outfitted weapons, which allow a semi-automatic weapon to fire continuously, don’t appear to have turned up at crime scenes and aren't generally on the law enforcement radar. McRae says banning the devices wouldn't affect criminals, who would continue to buy restricted weapons illegally from "other criminals." (AP Photo/Allen Breed)
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