I beet you're good at dodging bullets, too.<quoted text>
Again you are talking a intended use, not intended design criteria.
I agree an assault weapon is manufactured as a weapon of war.
But you cannot assign an intended use for a potential civilian gun buyer.
You do not get to decide for them their reason , that's being disingenuous and fallacious.
The fact is a car could be bought to kill people , it is quite capable of mowing down lots of people. But then again maybe they are buying the car to have fun using it legally.
You just can't admit that the primary and designed purpose of an assault weapon, no matter what it will actually be used for, is to kill people, can you?
If you want to consider your car analogy valid, then practically anything can be used, not for its designed purpose, but to kill people.
Your arguments are alarmingly weak.