Transcript: NRA's Wayne LaPierre on "Face the Nation"
"On bump stocks, let me say this, the fact is that the Obama administration a couple years ago legalized a device, their ATF, that fuzzed the line between semiautomatics and fully automatics. And if we're able to fuzz that line, all semiautomatics are at risk," said LaPierre.
He addd,"If you fuzz the line, they're all at risk. And we're not going to let that happen."
Numerous lawmakers, both Democratic and Republican, have made calls for the rapid-fire devices to be regulated and many calling for their banning altogether.
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said it was up to House Speaker Paul Ryan to bring legislation to the floor that bans bump stocks, something Ryan himself said he was open to considering.
However, Ryan called for more information on the devices before making regulatory decisions.Read more at CBS News