Cabela’s Comments on Removal Of Bump-Fire Stocks From Its Inventory

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Bearing Arms

Following the horrible events of Las Vegas on October 1, people were looking for answers. It didn’t take long to learn that the killer used bump-fire stocks to create so much havoc at a peaceful music festival. It also didn’t take long for people to notice that sporting retailer Cabela’s was no longer selling the stocks.

The company has finally issued a statement as to just why they have stopped selling them despite no new regulations being in place at this time.

“On Tuesday, October 3, Cabela’s initiated the process of discontinuing the sale of these devices at all retail locations and online,” Cabela’s wrote in a statement provided to the Washington Examiner. “We agree with the National Rifle Association and others that the sale of such devices should be subject to additional regulation.”

The bump stocks were no longer available on the company’s website as of Wednesday with an

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