Sen. Dianne Feinstein speaks during a news conference about gun legislation on Capitol Hill in Washington. Seeking momentum for gun restrictions, Feinstein said only broader legislation would be effective in outlawing "bump stocks" like the Las Vegas gunman used. Her comments Sunday came as the National Rifle Association reiterated support for more limited regulations that stopped short of a ban.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein speaks during a news conference about gun legislation on Capitol Hill in Washington. Seeking momentum for gun restrictions, Feinstein said only broader legislation would be effective in outlawing "bump stocks" like the Las Vegas gunman used. Her comments Sunday came as the National Rifle Association reiterated support for more limited regulations that stopped short of a ban. MANUEL BALCE CENETA AP
Sen. Dianne Feinstein speaks during a news conference about gun legislation on Capitol Hill in Washington. Seeking momentum for gun restrictions, Feinstein said only broader legislation would be effective in outlawing "bump stocks" like the Las Vegas gunman used. Her comments Sunday came as the National Rifle Association reiterated support for more limited regulations that stopped short of a ban. MANUEL BALCE CENETA AP

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