The best spokespeople for the banning of the AR-15 are... those who use AR-15s. Gun opponents don't have to do anything. Gun owners will do the job for them. Take Greg Griego for example. He was a proud gun owner. Literally owned dozens of guns including an AR-15. He came home one night and found his wife and young children slaughtered. The last thing he saw in this world was his son pointing his own AR-15 at him before he was riddled with bullets. If he didn't die instantly, I wonder what was going through his mind as he lay there on the floor?<quoted text>
AR are the topic. AR can kill more people faster. Imagine the Sandy Hook killer going with a 22. He would have killed, but he would have been stopped before he killed 26 people. That is the question here. Do we need weapons that will kill in mass. I say that we don't. People have talked about taking ARs away. That will probably not happen unless the owner somehow draws attention to himself. The danger is that a proud owner will not lock up his gun and a relative or intruder will steal it and kill. The law,if passed, will only apply when guns are sold. Keep your gun secure and nobody is comming after you. Let someone use it to kill and the law will be down your throat.
By the way, did you hear about the State Trooper who went off and left his gun sitting on the bleachers in Russell County's school gym. It was found by a work release inmate who turned it in to the jailer.
The gross irresponsibility of gun owners will their own undoing.