Following the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas, the gun lobby in the United States seems to be yielding in favor of stricter firearms regulations.
The National Rifle Association announced on Thursday, it would support tougher regulation of bump stocks.
The term refers to modifications that allow semi-automatic rifles to simulate fully-automatic action, like the one used in Sunday's massacre.
The attack that took more than 58 lives and wounded at least five-hundred people has re-ignited debate in Washington over gun control.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders welcomed the NRA's announcement and added the administration is “open” to discussing changes to bump stock regulations.