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October 04, 2011

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Ratkellar

Kavanaugh is correct about the inconsistency, which seems inexplicable to me. Handguns can be concealed, which to me indicates a greater public safety concern, rather than a semi-automatic rifle. "Assault" is an improper term and is based on poor emotionalism or pure ignorance on those who adopted the term.

Jaybuck

Yes the D.C. police dept. can now relax knowing that the honest citizens will not be threatening them with hi-capacity semi-auto weapons when they answer a domestic call. When the home dwellers are criminals then maybe they should be a little more alert for assault arms.
I am sure the homes will be marked so as to alert the cops to the dangers that these types
of weapons are present due to the criminals actively living there.

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