WATCH: Supreme Court rules in favor of 2A, votes bump stocks are not machines guns

On Friday, the Supreme Court issued an opinion on the Second Amendment, ruling that bump stocks are not machine guns.

Fox News' Shannon Bream and Fox News contributor Andy McCarthy break down the details of the latest opinion.

"The question is, whether a bump stock is considered a machine gun. A bump stock is an accessory to a semi-automatic rifle that enables the user to rapidly engage the trigger and fire quickly and converts the rifle into what many consider a machine gun. However, the Supreme Court holds that it does not."

In a 6-3 vote in the final ruling of the day, Garland v. Cargill, the bump stock case, the Supreme Court ruled that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) exceeded its statutory authority by issuing a rule that classifies a bump stock as a machine gun under statutory law."

Justice Clarence Thomas read the opinion, and collectively, Justices Thomas, Roberts, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, Alito, and Barrett formed the 6-count vote.

Watch the full brief on the ruling here.