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Posted on February 26, 2013
If you took exactly the same guns and added an adjustable stock, a threaded barrel, or a pistol grip, they would, according to Feinstein, become "dangerous military-style assault weapons." The absurdity of such distinctions highlights the folly of gun control based on scary looks and arbitrary definitions.
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