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  • Semi-Automatic firearms are Military Weapons: Lets at least Limit the Magazines
    • now, i did not say you said semi-automatics were invented in 1982. but you're talking about a semi-automatic pistol "developed in 1982 for the Austrian army" as if the civilian market for semi-automatic pistols did not exist at that time (or that semi-autos were the sole province of the military).

    • "-and that such weapons for the civilian market be constructed so that extra magazine drums cannot be attached"

      a semi-automatic firearm cannot be constructed in a way that won't allow "extra magazine drums to be attached" without it being unable to even use the 10-round magazine you're talking about. this is fine if you're ultimately advocating selling only unusable firearms, but still indicates we're not really familiar with the guns we're talking about.

      semi-automatic handguns did not hit the market in 1982. calling them "military weapons" seems a little disingenuous.

  • Questions I ask myself about Connecticut School Shooting
    • frankly, i think it indicates that a lot of anti-gun people are not even that familiar with the topic they're talking about. but that might just be me.

    • "the means to make ordinary guns semi-automatic by attaching e.g. ammunition drums"

      frankly, this doesn't even make sense. whether or not a firearm is semi-automatic is not something that happens when a magazine is attached.

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