Will Assault Weapon Ban Protect Children? #391

March 23, 20138 Comments


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Firearms Expert T.J. Johnston explains the confusion about what is and what is not an “assault weapon.” Giving a history of the California ban that threatens to spread across the nation into a another Federal ban, Johnston shows real firearms that clarify the different features that are banned by law. He also explains the lack of effect the California ban has had on crime.

8 comments to “Will Assault Weapon Ban Protect Children? #391”

  1. Ken Watters | January 10, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    I would love to see someone define what an “assault weapon” is. To the best of my knowledge, there is no such thing. An “assault rifle” is a military weapon capable of full-automatic fire. These are very strictly regulated in civilian hands – in many states their possession is illegal. So what’s with all the hot air over banning “assault_____” (you fill in the blank). I think it’s simply an effort to further the total gun-ban agenda. Today’s semi-auto pistol kept for self-defense is tomorrow’s “assault weapon.”

  2. Robert Shelton | January 14, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Ken, I believe this was recorded during the Clinton assault weapon ban. I believe it had a clear definition, then. I agree that there is no such legal definition, today.

  3. […] Johnston gives a history of the California ban that now threatens to spread across the nation into yet another Federal ban. He also explains the lack of effect the California ban has had on crime. Watch video preview at this URL: http://www.fulldisclosure.net/2013/01/assault-weapons-vs-sporting-firearms-what-is-legal-and-what-is… […]

  4. dan | January 17, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    I think that the entire news media and even yourself Leslie are completely missing the true intentions for the second amendment. I assure you it was not meant for duck hunting. I think that it was meant when we have lost due process in the courts and our politicians have been corrupted. I think that during the war of 1776 the king of England would have liked that the colonialist had only sling shots against the kings muskets.

  5. American Patriot | January 18, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    A gun is no more of an assult weapon then a piece of pipe or baseball bat.
    Tobacco kills more Americans then guns and there is no ban on tobacco. Same with automobiles.

  6. joebanana | January 24, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Does this mean SWAT has to get rid of theirs? DHS is stockpiling millions of rounds of hollow point ammo, as is many other federal agencies. Why are almost all federal employee’s armed? They cause more deaths than criminals do. How about a ban on constitutional rights violations by elected officials, drone attacks, depleted uranium munitions, psychotropic drugs. The reason for a ban on “assault weapons” is they’re the ones government fears most will be used against them if they don’t get back in line. And I’m afraid that’s what it will take. We’ve let freedom and liberty slip away for too long, it’ll take more than redress of grievances, petitioning the courts, protesting. It’s going to take the same hard work our forefathers put into it, and possibly some bloodshed.

  7. dcooper | January 29, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Please Google SBX211 and sign petition to repeal SBX211. Government bribing
    judges. Please sign petition to stop bribes to judges. SBX211 SBX211


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