A panel of the US Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit has ruled in favor of Maryland's law prohibiting the private ownership of bump stocks and other devices that enable semiautomatic weapons to fire more rapidly. The law does not mandate that people surrender such devices to the government or a third party, and therefore does not run afoul of the Fifth Amendment, the panel held.
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