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Shopping for Assault Weapons

The 10-year ban on assault weapons expired in September, after Congress declined to renew the legislation. Now, rifles equipped with features that the government once considered menacing -- bayonet lugs and muzzle flash suppressors that conceal the origin of firing -- can again be manufactured. NPR's Wade Goodwyn goes shopping for a gun.

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Wade Goodwyn is an NPR National Desk Correspondent covering Texas and the surrounding states.