Now I Get It: Nevada's lax gun laws

With more than 50 dead and hundreds injured, the attack in Las Vegas is now considered the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. Police discovered at least 23 guns in shooter Stephen Paddock’s hotel room. They believe he used assault rifles converted into fully automatic weapons to fire numerous bullets with a single pull of the trigger. A closer look into Nevada’s loose gun laws reveals how Paddock was able to get his hands on so many weapons -- and how he wasn’t unique in doing so.

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