>> The Trump administration announcing Tuesday it has banned bump stocks devices that allow semiautomatic weapons to fire like machine guns. Bump stock owners now have 90 days to turn the devices in or destroy them. By adding bump stocks to a definition of machine guns written 80 years ago, the administration is side-stepping any potential debate in Congress and breaking with its most ardent gun rights supporters.
>> We're going to get rid of the bump stocks.>> Bump stocks came into focus last year
en a gunman used them in a shooting rampage in Las Vegas that killed 58 people and wounded hundreds. Reuters correspondent Dan Trotta.>> Immediately after Las Vegas, the National Rifle Association took the extreme or unusual step for them of actually supporting further regulation on bump stock.
That created quite a stir from the right-wing of that own organization. People on the extreme Second Amendment side of the NRA who opposed to leadership for taking that measure. Today we just learned that the Gun Owners of America, a rival to the NRA, is filing suit. And the basis of their lawsuit is that it was unlawful for the administration to do this on its own.
That it needed to go through Congress in order to get this law passed.>> Meanwhile, the websites for the most well known bump stock manufacturers, Bump Fire Systems and Slide Fire, displayed notifications on Tuesday that they already ceased direct sales of the devices.