The huge arsenal used to shoot hundreds in Las Vegas

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In 1986, the federal National Firearms Act was amended further to prohibit the transfer or possession of machine guns by civilians, with an exception for those previously manufactured and registered.

Chris Sullivan, the owner of the Guns & Guitars shop in Mesquite, issued a statement confirming Paddock was a customer who cleared "all necessary background checks and procedures", and said his business was cooperating with investigators.

The Islamic State group, in an anticipated move, claimed responsibility for Sunday's attack, saying that Paddock was one of its soldiers. Danley told residents there that Paddock was a professional gambler, explaining their long absences from the neighborhood.

"We ask you to bother the police".

- Carrie Barnette, a Disney employee, is the latest victim to be identified. Among the latest: Charleston Hartfield of Nevada; Stacee Etcheber of California; Christopher Roybal of Colorado; Hannah Ahlers of California; and Jordan McIldoon of British Columbia, Canada.

In his car, police discovered several kilograms of the bomb ingredient ammonium nitrate.

"The fact that he had those kind of weapons is just - where the hell did he get automatic weapons?" Stacks of ammunition magazines used in rifles can also be seen.

From the 32nd floor he fired across Las Vegas boulevard toward the concert.

- Authorities continued processing the scene of the killings, where shoes and bags lay scattered.

They were searching for any clues that might help explain why Paddock killed 59 and injured more than 500. Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock had 23 guns in his hotel room.

The Frasers reversed course and ran, along with many others, to a rear emergency exit. "I didn't know what to do", Claypool said, choking back tears. "I'm sorry if that offends people". It's like he shot us.

"She ended up dying".

The singer has also had some extremely popular collaborations, including "Don't You Wanna Stay", a duet with pop singer Kelly Clarkson, and "The Only Way I Know", which featured fellow country music heavyweights Luke Bryan and Eric Church. Police said they're investigating the source of the leaked photos.

"He's never drawn his gun, it makes no sense", Eric Paddock said.

But they said they could not provide evidence to the public at this time explaining what was exactly found.

Meanwhile, a report from Fox News suggests that authorities are "confident" they have located Stephen Paddock's alleged companion at the time of the shooting, Marilou Danley. His employer, Henry County Medical Center in Paris, Tennessee, said Melton was a registered nurse.

Paddock's brother, Eric, described him as a wealthy guy who liked to take cruises and play video poker, according to the New York Times.

Campos, who was shot in the right leg, was out of the hospital on Wednesday.

In an often emotional interview, concertgoer Jonathan Smith recounted the aftermath of the horrific attack in which 58 people lost their lives in the mass shooting.

"There's no affiliations, no church, there's no politics, there's no anything".

The massacre started about 10:08 p.m. Sunday (1:08 a.m. ET Monday) at the Route 91 Harvest festival, Lombardo said. "I was born on the run", he told the Post. Authorities believe Paddock brought the weapons into the hotel by himself, but they did not provide specifics.

"This replacement shoulder stock turns a semi-automatic rifle into a weapon that can fire at a rate of 400 to 800 rounds per minute", she said.