Delaware’s bump stock ban to take effect after turn-in events

| November 1, 2018

Delaware’s bump stock ban to take effect after turn-in events

In June, Delaware lawmakers decided to ban bump stock possession, adding the devices to a list of outlawed weapons and items including sawed-off shotguns and silencers. As part of that legislation, the state will spend up to $15,000 overall to buy bump stocks and trigger cranks from residents who owned them before the ban. The state is offering $100 per bump stock and $15 for a trigger crank. Bump stocks advertised for sale online are going for as low as $69.

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