The Supreme Court on Friday struck down a federal ban on bump stocks.

In December 2018, the Trump administration outlawed bump stocks via an ATF rule that declared the device to be a “machine gun,” thus making bump stocks illegal under federal law. The case, Garland v. Cargill, made its way to the Supreme Court after a U.S. district court initially ruled in the government’s favor, a decision with which the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals disagreed.

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