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We regulate everything depending on how dangerous it is
originally posted by: pheonix358
a reply to: JoshuaCox
You should look in a mirror to find illogical statements.
There has never been any real threat of an American prohibition on firearms..
Let me count the house bills.
We regulate everything depending on how dangerous it is..
Except cars and trucks, fast food, big pharma and let us not forget some of your statesmen.
Or is it just unintentionally the way it all worked out??
If you want things to change ... and you truly believe that the rest of We The People agree with you then ...
Have a Constitutional Convention ... and see the Second Amendment grow.
However the SCOTUS has decided that the 2a doesn't qualify to weapons of war. Which is also why we see civilian AR's attempted to be grouped in with them even though they are not.
The bill prohibits the “sale, transfer, production, and importation” of semi-automatic rifles and pistols that can hold a detachable magazine, as well as semi-automatic rifles with a magazine that can hold more than 10 rounds. Additionally, the legislation bans the sale, transfer, production, and importation of semi-automatic shotguns with features such as a pistol grip or detachable stock, and ammunition feeding devices that can hold more than 10 rounds.
So is that cycle intentionally scripted by those planning on using a nonissue as their primary reason to “vote for me??”
The principle is the lethal level of the weapon.