Why Trump banned bump stocks

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After the deadly Las Vegas shooting in 2017, Trump banned bump stocks. Bump stocks are devices that can make semi-automatic weapons fire more rapidly. 

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The shooting left 58 people dead and hundreds more injured, making it the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history.

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Trump said at the time that he was "looking into" banning bump stocks, and a few weeks later, the administration announced that it would issue a regulation to ban them. 

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The move was welcomed by gun control advocates, but criticized by some Republicans who said it went too far.

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The regulation was finalized in December 2018 and went into effect in March 2019.

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Bump stocks became controversial after it was revealed that the Las Vegas shooter used them during his attack. 

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In the wake of the shooting, there was a push to ban bump stocks, with some lawmakers saying they should be outlawed and others saying they should be regulated. 

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Trump ultimately decided to ban them, and the administration issued a regulation to do so in December 2018. 

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Trump's decision to ban bump stocks was widely praised by gun control advocates. 

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However, some Republicans criticized the move, saying that it went too far.

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