[QUOTE=hockeyjr1;1276763]Not an assault rifle.. You can have detachable magazines.. Then you can't have any scary features... No detachable mag? You can have all the scary features you would like!! Don't gotta register it either
problem is that the law is so poorly written, it is essentially open to the LEO's own intrpretation.
Not talking about the state's definition, talking about the practical true definition. has the firearm or other identical in make, model, and operation, ever been used by any military in defense of country, or warfare and training. If the answer is yes, it is an assault weapon. if it is no, it is not an assault rifle.
Under this definition, an AR-15 would not be an assault rifle, but a Mosin Nagant 91\30 would be because the AR was not used by the military in a time of war, and the MN 91\30 was.
Is it better to do the right thing for the wrong reason, or to do the wrong thing for the right reason? If you do the wrong thing for the right reason, is it still the wrong thing?
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