Boulder Colorado Is About to Pass an Assault Weapons Ban
Boulder — a city where a local bank once handed out rifles to customers — is about to pass a law far less friendly to firearms.
The Boulder City Council Tuesday night gave tentative approval to a ban on the sale and possession of what the city defines as “assault weapons” — a proposal that sparked a pro-gun street protest in the left-leaning college town last month.
The measure also would ban bump stocks (a.k.a. “multi-burst trigger activators”) and high-capacity magazines holding 10 or more rounds.
It was approved unanimously Tuesday and now must undergo a third reading in a few weeks, KUSA-9News reports. The third reading may lead to some amendments to the measure.