- Oct 9, 2004
I don't think it's that hard. It shouldn't so much be about "assault weapons" as capabilities. Semi-auto rifles? Axe those, you don't need them for hunting and they're often a weapon of choice for mass shooters. High-capacity magazines (the exact round count is up for debate)? Scrap those. Basically, orient US legislation to recognize that it isn't the 18th century any more and that guns designed for mass casualties shouldn't be available to anyone willing to wait a few days.So you have no definition of an assault weapon.
There is the rub with most of this crappola. They scream and shout about these deadly Assault Weapons with no definition of what an assault weapon actually is.