Tuesday, September 17, 2013

CA proves 'assault weapon' bans have nothing to do with 'military features'

The idea instead is to illustrate how blatantly the other side lies about its eventual intentions, and in their denial of a slippery slope. The only guns they do not think are "too dangerous" are those in the hands of the government's hired muscle. That's a truly epic level of historical illiteracy.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The sad thing is how many CA shooters are uninformed. Going to a range is depressing -- a lot of those guys have no idea that the gun they are zeroing in for their next hunting trip will need to be registered as an assault weapon and that they can never, ever transfer it. They think you are looney for saying that. Let's hope the governor vetoes SB 374. If he doesn't, then I predict grandads out hunting will be arrested right and left and take home felony records instead of venison.