Americans aren't buying 'assault weapons' just to have something to register

As discussed before, Senator Dianne Feinstein’s (D-CA) proposed legislation to ban so-called “assault weapons” would amount to gun confiscation for many tens of thousands of peaceable, responsible, law abiding Americans. For the rest of the owners of these politically incorrect firearms, Feinstein’s (as yet unreleased, butdescribed in some detail) bill would merely mean a requirement for registration with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE).
Saying that the legislation would “merely mean registration” somewhat implies that registration does not lead to confiscation–that ease of confiscation is not, indeed, pretty much the point of registration. That notion is probably a tough sell for anyone who has followed the history of gun politics, both in the U.S. and abroad. Feinstein’s home state, in fact, received “extra credit” in the Brady Campaign’s ranking of states for anti-gun tyranny, specifically for using the gun registry for the purpose of wholesale confiscations.

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