Feds sued for destroying 73,000 bump stocks
An arms company is suing the federal government over its new ban on bump stocks for the cost of the 73,000 units it turned over to federal agents to avoid being prosecuted.
The Daily Wire reported the Fort Worth, Texas, company, RW Arms, turned over its entire inventory of bump stocks to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
The devices, which gun owners have used for years to make their rifles perform better, were abruptly banned by the federal government by putting them in the same classification as an automatic weapon.
The bump stocks were to be taken to a