The look of a gun is not justification for forcing someone to sit down and go through some therapy session. A semi-auto with a pistol grip is still a semi-auto.Personally, I still see no real reason for recreational assault guns in the general public hand especially without some deep deep background digging and psych exams. I under stand why people feel otherwise ( We'll fight a corrupt government if it comes to it etc) but in the end that line of thinking is narcissistic, technology has progressed well past the point of the 2nd amendment and muzzle loaders.
People steal property . . . and live together and become common law spouses without a license . . .Im pro home protection, pro hunting but iI think if people want to own these other weapons there should be some extra responsibilities to meet. How is registration a violation of the Second Amendment? You have the right to vote but you must first register. You have to have to register property, and get licenses for marriage etc I don't understand the disconnect
Again im not saying ban the damn things, i'm saying their should be a "price" (mandates met) to play with certain toys.
But hey . . . let's just register every freaking thing we own.