There are several bills being aimed at restricting the possession of firearms which Maryland legislators are considering because of the mass shooting in Las Vegas last year.
A bill was introduced in Maryland to ban the sale of bump stocks, a gun accessory that converts a semiautomatic weapon into an automatic weapon. There is also a bill that would prohibit anyone from possessing a detachable magazine of more than 10 rounds if they had previously been convicted of a crime involving a weapon.
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