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Thursday, January 02, 2014

In upholding NY's 'SAFE Act,' judge makes surprising (inadvertent?) admission

In saying that, he is obviously also saying that "the very features that increase a weapon's dangerousness to the public at large also increase its utility for self-defense [especially for the disabled]"--an admission you almost never hear from those who seek to ban so-called "assault weapons."

Once we reach that point--that the features that supposedly give the state cause to ban a class of firearms used in a tiny percentage of violence also make those firearms eminently useful for self-defense--a ban assumes that a would-be "assault weapon" owner intends mass carnage, rather than self-defense. Gee, Judge--Department of Precrime much? [More]

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