New Zealand seeks to rush through ban on military-style weapons

New Zealand seeks to rush through ban on military-style weapons after mosque shootings
New Zealand’s government is seeking to rush in a law that would ban the military-style weapons used in the Christchurch mosque shootings.
Police minister Stuart Nash said the bill, if passed as expected, will take effect on 12 April, less than a month after the 15 March attacks.
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AR 15 style weapon, via Wikipedia.
AR 15 style weapon, via Wikipedia.

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