If one is interested in a write up of the gun and the prose used in NYC, see
It is a fearsome looking black gun. BTW, this references back to some of my work that found that gun appearance can influence opinion (as that of others).
The disconnect in all of this is that we see two sides of base pandering.
Each base stops to hop around to deprive basic rights. I see folks saying that if you go on a terror watch list - you should have been imprisoned. NO rights for you during interrogation. Horrors, horrors from one base.
Well, you can't do that - but wait being on a vague terror list and you should be deprived of another fundamental right.
It comes down to each choir having little respect for a broad spectrum of rights but only liking their own little corner of appropriate liberties.