sano - Old enough to know better might be one answer, 70+ another, either way, it's a long way from sport/hunting/target weapons to the easily convertible assault types the fuss is about, as well as the big clips, drums... Buddies from my working days delighted in their stashes, basement, garages stacked with case lots of ammo, Shotgun News always the fav reading material... Save that brass, reload 'em... Nw they're crippled up, family has to deal with disposal... Who needs a half dozen gun safes in the garage? They and many like them are trully paranoid... "tis a sickness of it's own.. I enjoy them in museums, bits of history, bit there's no need for the general public to own them any more than we're allowed the old Tommy guns... Grind 'em up, clips, ammo stashes, all of it..
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