Assault Rifles: Isn’t the danger right there in the name?

Okay. I’m stumped by this.

If I was in a supermarket and came across a new breakfast cereal named Cancer Corn, I’d never buy it.

I’d avoid Jawbreakers, mostly because I’m afraid of the dentist, but also because it seems impossible to get those things into your mouth without choking.

I’d pass on any automobile named A-Bomb, especially if there was a chance of setting off a nuclear event with the simple turn of an ignition key.

Yet in America, military-style Assault weapons are available to purchase for wild game-hunting and self-protection?

Seems like over-kill. Or am I missing something?

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